Bare Land Condominium Unit
A bare land condominium unit is defined by boundaries marked by monuments (pins) placed on a plot of land in accordance with the Surveys Act. Pins placed in the ground by a surveyor define the edges of the condominium unit. If the bare land unit contains buildings, any shared walls can form a boundary. Plans for bare land condominiums may not show buildings since the unit boundaries are defined on the land, not by the buildings.