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by AJWILL » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:07 am
Q)30. While the owner of a condominium apartment has free and clear title to the dwelling, owners of cooperative apartments have shares in a corporation that owns a building and leases apartments to them.
[A] While the owner of a condominium apartment has free and clear title to the dwelling,
The owner of a condominium apartment has free and clear title to the dwelling, but
[C] Whereas owners of condominium apartments have free and clear title to their dwellings,
[D] An owner of a condominium apartment has free and clear title to the dwelling, whereas
[E] Condominium apartment owners have a title to their dwelling that is free and clear, while

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by shovan85 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:47 am
I will be honest! I don't remember any rule saying In parallelism, you cannot compare Singular to Plural Or Vice-verse.

As both are available, I rule out Singular here so A, B, and D.

Among C and E, E has two issues: 1. "Condominium apartment owners" not parallel to "Owners of Cooperative..." and 2. "THAT" refers to "dwelling" rather than to "title" - you need free and clear title not free and clear dwelling.
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