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We have an ongoing dispute with upstairs neighbour who installed a porcelain tile floor, which produces considerable noise. The only by-law at the time of the renovation was the one relating to not interfering with peaceful enjoyment, although the building now requires all renovations to comply with a 6 star acoustic standard for any floors, effectively ruling out hard floors.
Anyway, we have been to mediation with our neighbours and they refused to agree to put any kind of mats or rugs down but did agree to an acoustic test (clever mediator, thank God!). That test will be conducted in a few days but this weekend there has been extensive noise upstairs that I’m fairly confident is related to putting floor coverings down so as to make it difficult for the engineer to actually be able to test the tiles.
No doubt those coverings will be lifted once the tests are completed. What do I do and how do I explain to NCAT?? To top it all off the neighbour is the Secretary of the Owners Corporation and the Strata Committee has refused to get involved saying it’s an issue between two neighbours. Please help
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