- Nov 15, 2015
I am owner of a dwelling in a building more than 40 years old that never has had any reform done, in such a way that we’ve decided among the majority of neighbors to have the hall painted in order to renew and improve the aesthetics. However, we have some neighbors who refuse to contribute to this expenditure, how can we agree this cost to be shared by all neighbours?
Administrator: Juan López
As States, if they have spent so many years without making any reform for the maintenance of the same, then already not only it is a question of aesthetics but of safety, and so, if the majority of owners agree on a general meeting, , the rest of neighbouring opponents will have to contribute equally to this expenditure, otherwise this expenditure can be demanded judicially