- Nov 20, 2015
Good morning. I live in a community in which a few days ago proceeded to the repair of the roof since two homes were flooding as a result of damage. The thing is that there are a few owners, who were informed verbally the need to carry out such repair, who refuse to pay the service claiming that the community is not incorporated formally and therefore are not obliged to pay his fee. Are they right?
Administrator: Juan López
Good morning. These owners are wrong, since even if the community is not formally constituted, it exists and, as such, is governed by the law of Horizontal property.
By the way, according to the LPH, there is an obligation to maintain the building in adequate conditions of conservation, safety, liveability And, by the same law, there is an obligation to contribute to the expenses according to the system established (according to coefficients, by normal general, or equally, in some communities).