- Aug 24, 2015
Administrator: Juan L.
Good afternoon. By virtue of article 10.1 b) of the Horizontal property law which States that “they will be binding and will not require prior agreement of the Board of owners […] (b) the works and actions that are necessary to ensure reasonable adjustments in terms of universal accessibility and, in any case, as required at the request of the owners whose housing or local live, work or provide volunteer services, people with disabilities, or seventy years or older, in order to assure a proper use needs of the common elements as well as the installation of ramps, elevators or other mechanical and electronic devices that facilitate orientation or communication with the outside, provided that the amount affected annually of them, once discounted subsidies or State aid, does not exceed twelve ordinary monthly payments of common costs. Therefore, the community is obliged to perform the repair, if the cost is not higher than 12 months of community fees (What I dont think it is) I advise you to talk to the President or administrator indicating that they must comply with that article. Should they persist in their attitude, send a burofax with content certification, in order to have proof of its claim before the community. Finally, you won’t have no choice but to sue the judicial community