- Oct 14, 2015
Administrator: Juan L.
One would have to check if those doors are impaired by the use by neighbors who do not belong to the community. If it isn’t, the agreement has been made with abuse of power and for the benefit of some, since due to the fact that those who have those doors are mayority (I doubt that he has taken with the support of those who have no doors). On the other hand, you should consult the constitutive title / statutes. If there is not recorded that the maintenance of the doors to the pool is in charge of the pool community, change it needs unanimously agrrement, since they are altering the distribution of expenditure established.
All of this on the assumption that the doors in question do not belong to the common areas of the Commonwealth, but clearly form part of one of the independent communities