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    Ziggy
    Flatchatter

    Abseilers are placing all their paraphernalia over my balcony space to get to  windows, approximately 4 metres away to clean them. Go figure!

    Can I suggest they are trespassing?

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    Jimmy-T
    Jimmy-T
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    You can certainly tell the strata manager, committee or building manager that you don’t give permission for them to do that.

    But bear this in mind – the balcony is probably not yours – it is common property to which you have exclusive access.

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    Ziggy
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    Thanks for your quick response Jimmy. The area concerned is NOT common property; it’s part of my lot. Now what?

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    Jimmy-T
    Jimmy-T
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    I’m surprised to hear that.  Most balconies  (in NSW, at least) are common property.  In your case, you could politely request that the strata committee or manager tell them to not put their gear there, or tell them you will have it removed at their expense if they do it again or charge them “rent”. It depends on how much aggro you want to cause.  But if it is your property, they have no “right” to access it.

    In all likelihood the strata manager or SC don’t even know they are doing this and the abseilers don’t even realise that they need permission.

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