California Civil Code Section 1361
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1361. Unless the declaration otherwise provides:
(a) In a community apartment project and condominium project, and
in those planned developments with common areas owned in common by
the owners of the separate interests, there are appurtenant to each
separate interest nonexclusive rights of ingress, egress, and
support, if necessary, through the common areas. The common areas are
subject to these rights.
(b) In a stock cooperative, and in a planned development with
common areas owned by the association, there is an easement for
ingress, egress, and support, if necessary, appurtenant to each
separate interest. The common areas are subject to these easements.
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Last modified: October 1, 2013