1. Introduction / Ann Dupuis, Sarah Blandy and Jennifer Dixon 2. Legal frameworks for multi-owned housing in England and Wales : owners' experiences / Sarah Blandy 3. Disinterested developers, empowered managers and vulnerable owners : power relations in multi-occupied private housing in Scotland / Douglas S. Robertson 4. Emerging regulatory trends, power and competing interests in US common interest housing developments / Evan McKenzie 5. The maintenance of residential towers in condominium tenure : a comparative analysis of two extremes : Israel and Florida / Rachelle Alterman 6. Share value as determinant of strata owners' bundle of rights in collective sales in Singapore / Alice Christudason 7. Management rights in multi-owned properties in Hong Kong / Ngai Ming Yip 8. Regulations and the imbalance of power relationships in newly developed residential neighbourhoods in urban China / Feng Wang 9. Governance and residential satisfaction in multi-owned developments in Sydney / Michael Bounds 10. Long-term management contracts and developer abuse in New South Wales / Cathy Sherry 11. Multi-titled tourism accommodation operations in Australia : the Queensland context / Kelly Cassidy, Chris Guilding and Jan Warnken 12. Governing multi-owned residential developments in New Zealand : new forms of private governance / Ann Dupuis and Jennifer Dixon 13. Private governance and sustainability : balancing public and private rights and responsibilities in New Zealand / Jennifer Dixon and Marjorie van Roon 14. Conclusions / Sarah Blandy, Ann Dupuis and Jennifer Dixon.