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Mechanical work

By ELIZE JANSEN VAN VUUREN on Tue, 09 Oct 2018 at 12:51

Mechanical work to vehicles, that makes a noise.
Entrance of all kinds of people. Overflow of
people at flats. Making a mess. Giving
accomodation to his clients.

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RE: Mechanical work

ELIZE JANSEN VAN VUUREN replied on Tue, 09 Oct 2018 at 13:05

What can me and my husband do as owners of a flat to
this circumstances. The Landlord who sold 2 unit to
us and a other person, died recently and his son is
giving permission for guys in his flats to go on
with this behaviour. He never called for a meeting
or any discussions with us yet. Please help us,
because this is getting out of hand.

RE: RE: Mechanical work

Frances Paton replied on Sat, 13 Oct 2018 at 09:44

If the owner of a flat is causing or permitting a nuisance as you have described, you should contact the trustees. If the trustees do not deal with the matter you can file a complaint with CSOS. See Prescribed Conduct Rule 7 (which I assume applies to your scheme), which reads:

“Behaviour of occupiers and visitors in sections and on common property
7. (1) The owner or occupier of a section must not create noise likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of another section or another person's peaceful enjoyment of the common property.
(2) The owner or occupier of a section must not obstruct the lawful use of the common property by any other person.
(3) The owner or occupier of a section must take reasonable steps to ensure that the owner or occupier's visitors do not behave in a way likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of another section or another person's peaceful enjoyment of the common property.
(4) The owner or occupier of a section is obliged to comply with these conduct rules, notwithstanding any provision to the contrary contained in any lease or any other grant of rights of occupancy.”...Show More

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