Good afternoon. I am President of a community of owners and I’d like to know what is the best way to rectify mistakes made in minutes, sometimes mistakes are labeled and they are pointed out the caveats that are below, but I’m not sure that this is done Correct. Thank you. http://gulflimodubai.com/?mapca1
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Administrator: Juan López click at this page
To make corrections in the minutes, you need to follow the indications provided bellow: click at this page
- the mistake that is corrected shall always be evidenced. You must not delete or delete with spell and write up, because it would be like to permit manipulation.
- The best way to make these corrections is including a stagecoach of rectification, that explains the error and the amendments, or indicated that on line… of the folio, where it says “…” should read “…”, signed by the Secretary with the one seen at the end of the same good President.
- If the wrong minutes were sent to the owners, the community shall make a correction of the minutes, in accordance with the provisions of article 19.3 LPH, for what it must be ratified at the beginning of the next Board of owners that correction, incorporating it as diligence of remedies in the book, at the end of the quiet minutes, and stating this ratification in the minutes of the subsequent Board.
Good morning. In the last Board of the community in which I live it was appointed as the new President to the husband of one owner who died recently and on which this man has the usufruct of the property. But can a person who is not the owner of the building but only the usufruct be appointed President?
Mario J. http://darkblueint.com/?map10
Administrator: Juan López click here
Good morning. If this person has the usufruct of the property, it lacks the essential element for the appointment which is the position of owner as established in article 13.2 of the LPH. Therefore, that person could not be named as such, because the functions of the usufructuary are not the same than owner´s rights.
Good afternoon. I am tenant of a site in a building located in Murcia, where I settled my business. Since a while, each time that we got rains, there are filtrations in my site coming from the community terrace. This causes damages to my furniture and affect to my business. The community only carry out light repairs but not solving the problem definitely. . My problem is that the community says that the repairs have been done and washes his hands. What should I do?
Administrator: Juan López
Good afternoon. Firtsly, you are not the person who shall report to the community but the owner of the site, your landlord who needs to initiate the relevant actions. So, you should report this to the landlord so he can complaint. But providing that the community is doing some repairs, this cold be sorted kindly. He shall appeal to the President and the administrator requiring to have the definitive works done to sort the problem out. If the problem is due to bad isolation, the community is responsible of fixing it, unless the statutes states a different thing, so I recommend your landlord to check it first.