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What is the building management and why is it necessary?

Building management is the art of managing the property in order to preserve and increase its value. Legal term management of each co-owner's right to decide on all the things of which he co-owned, along with the other owners. Direct participants in the management and co-manager. The owners care and are responsible for their own property, and executive tasks entrusted to the manager about it as a subcontractor. Law on Ownership and Other Real Rights provides that every building must have a manager that is registered for that activity. Manager manages the building, it maintains, collects requirements for the building and performing all other tasks entrusted by the co-owners.

There was a time when more and more often to the question about the price of a square meter of a question: What is the state building? What are the co-owners and tenants? How is the management? Expect that each manager with good organization, price, amenities, competent monitoring and supervision of state property managed, co-owners of the manner of information, counseling and education co-owners, independent professionals and certificates achieved and promised to justify the quality of governance and to gain confidence. That's the important collaboration with co-owners. Eventually it will all come to the fore more examples of good practice management. When you ask questions, like: Is it possible that the "same" building as our reserves twice bigger or smaller? - Will help a good example from the real practice. It will be seen somewhere realized why what seems hard to accomplish and whether the experience with this example is applicable?

What is Međuvlasnički contract?

Međuvlasnički contract  must contain attachments:

1. "The list of co-owners with established co-owned shares and shares in the cost of maintenance"
2. "The list of common parts and machine building"

This agreement regulates the relationship between co-owners regarding the management and use of buildings, and in particular: 

* size of the co-ownership of the building

* conditions and methods of building management

* a detailed information on the person who will manage the building and the scope of work to be performed by the person

* establishment, terms and method of collection and disposal of common fund

* name and address of the co-owners authorized for representation to the controller of the co-owners or third parties, and the scope of its powers

* conditions and manner of use of common areas, including the flat intended for the superintendent, and equipment and land belonging to a particular property

* other issues related to the management and use of buildings

What is the Management Agreement, and what is it?

Contract for building management includes appendices:

1. "Cost of common reserve funds" for the accounting period of 12 months or one year

2. "Record of the transfer, the common parts of the building and equipment." Compiled by the head manager of the co-owners

This agreement regulates the relations between the co-owners and managers of buildings, especially:

* content and scope of regular maintenance of common parts of the building and equipment according to the annual or multi-year maintenance program

* urgent and necessary repairs

* questions regarding specific interventions to maintain and improve the building to increase its value

* obligations and deadlines for drafting proposals annual or multi-year maintenance program, financial plan and annual reports on

* way of establishing a common requirement, as well as ensuring the common reserve funds to cover the costs of managing and maintaining

* monthly benefit manager

* representation of the co-owners in court and other authorities

* responsibility for the conduct of

What are the responsibilities of the owner and co-owner?

Under the law, the co-owners are required to participate in the management, the person who will perform the duties of a trustee and establish a common fund. Legal provisions can be found in the category of "law."