n.— «While the term condop was originally coined to describe a legal combination of co-op and condo, the term now seems to have morphed into a way of describing—usually for marketing purposes—a relatively unusual type of co-op. When the term condop is used in the legal sense,…it describes a building (or a complex of buildings) that is part co-op and part condo.» —“How Condops Differ From Condops” by Jay Romano New York Times Nov. 27, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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