I ask the question who they will be more 'me, given that the information on the Internet are varied and even though I think he had reason I want to know how to behave. I'm just in an apartment with sep entrance. but with different areas (garden corridor for access to the garage and so on. ) We are 4 blocks, I only to be rent. Last year (I still live here) 2 condominiums have had the wonderful idea of ??installing large electric curtains open (like the ones from the sun but a lot more 'big) that depart from the wall of the communal corridor for access to garage and come to earth thus creating 'a cover for their cars. Considering that each tent takes up a lot more 'than a quarter of the corridor and that these condos are the first two on the bottom of the corridor, though I have no interest to park the car along the wall, what' would not create other problems if they nn have taken advantage of a space for everyone making it their own, as the carport tents are still in June 'on the roof of the car and not just for emergencies (such as hail). The problem arises when the third building which is between me and them park your car along the wall coming to occupy most of the area in front of my garage to the entry and exit maneuvers limiting if not rendered impossible (and I have a TIR), now how should I act? I have already 'sent a letter to all the neighbors who are moving to resolve the situation, but everyone looks to their interessi. Solo the third shall be limited' from now on we shall limit 'not to park along the wall, but before the door of his parking garage, creating more 'so' problems for me in the maneuvers but cmq carport tents and are always closed! Moreover, the owner of my house, when she lived here, agreed orally (there 'nothing in writing) the installation of the curtains' cause he nn use the garage, but I do and every time I play at the next move that the 'car so that' I manage to get into my garage (unbelievable) it does not have a tent nn was treated at the time of the problem overnight, and if 'you will find the wall and you and' adequate. And if one day I had a second car and want to park along the wall, I would have enough space nn?! and 'cause my house and that' of equal value to them if they buy it and 'surprise of a carport, and then decreases in value, despite their abuse is?! What to do? Since we forgot a few and also not in the past and 'never been done there and the building regulations and nn' an administrator, but I think 'these are laws that relate to the Civil Code so compelling despite the anarchy now, right?. Ask for the appointment of an administrator would be impossible because the people here and 'so if you do greets figuariamoci assembly or pay someone to decide what to do! How do I move?. If proporietari decided that the regulation of the area should be mentioned that, you need proper, you have no way to change the rules, your interface is the only owner who has leased the property to you. In conclusion, if the building (made by the owners, not by tenants) has decided that you park along the wall to allow installation of the tents, it is legitimate. If you're not well, please contact the owner, ask for a rent reduction cell for the inconvenience, or threat to leave and terminate the contract without penalty, for cause. . . .
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