- Nov 02, 2016
Good afternoon. Not too long ago, I have bought a ground floor apartment with direct access from the street (not through the entrance of the building). Recently, the neighbours have notified me their wish to build storage rooms in the roof; there is nothing about it in the constitution title. I presume it would be a common area as well. Well, the neighbours state that I have no rights to use my proportional space for storage room because I don´t have access to my property through the entrance of the block. Is that right?
Administrator: Juan López
Further to your explanations, you are right and the new storage rooms will be community premises; so, you can use it as you will participate in the maintenance costs even if you don´t use the main gate like the other neighbours. That is not cause of exceptions so you will participate in the same way that you do regardless the community expenditures.