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I’m an owner occupier of a ground floor unit. The committee decided without my knowledge to paint the foyer walls and all unit doors, requiring removal of security screens and numbers.
I contacted the committee manager saying I didn’t want my door painted. My reason is I’ve had a lot of recent health issues and I’m constantly going to medical appointments at hospital, and I’m often not in. There are more important issues within my unit that need repairs first. Quite frankly the entire building is crap and should be demolished.
The committee manager bullied me ( knocking and calling on phone)into removing my security screen as I was on my way out. She wanted my keys. I didn’t want to leave keys with someone I don’t know well, nor do I have anyone else to trust ( I’m a pensioner).
I can’t leave my door open for the paint to dry if I’m not in, and strata and the painter will not take responsibility if something goes missing.
How can Strata keep forcing me to have things done that are not really important in the grand scheme of things, and what can I do?
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