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A condominium (plural either condominia, as in Latin, or condominiums) in international law is a political territory (state or border area) in or over which multiple sovereign powers formally agree to share equal dominium (in the sense of sovereignty) and exercise their rights jointly, without dividing it into "national" zones.
Although a condominium has always been recognized as a theoretical possibility, condominia have been rare in practice. A major problem, and the reason so few have existed, is the difficulty of ensuring co-operation between the sovereign powers; once the understanding fails, the status is likely to become untenable.
- Eesdeheito: Shared between Hurmu and Lac Glacei
- Lepidopterum: Shared between Kalgachia and the Benacian Union
- Oystra Stoorskerið: Shared between Hurmu and the Phineonesian Confederation
- Tanah Tōnán'hyôrï: Shared between Hurmu and the Phineonesian Confederation
- Upland Confederation: Shared between Kalgachia and the Benacian Union
- Hurmu: Shared between Babkha and Stormark (1512–1527)
- New Sussex: Once shared between Mercury and Nova England
- Tiana: Once shared between Krasnocoria and Senya
- Northbloom: Shared between Kalgachia and the Benacian Union
- Wikipedia counterpart article, from which this page's intro was shamelessly stolen.