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In early February a NBN technician connected a white conduit pipe from the NBN node (on my outside brick wall) to the Foxtel outlet on the outside brick wall. The chairperson objected to the white conduit pipe defacing the heritage nature of the property. However I said I did not have any problems with it.
Subsequently I received an email from the strata manager (on instructions from the chairperson) saying whether I am going to recall the NBN technician to fix the cabling. Again I replied that I will not be changing anything as I have no problems with the installation.
Then I receive a further email from the strata manager stating that the committee have resolved that the minimum requirement for NBN installation must be through the brick wall. It is important note that the committee comprises all 8 unit owners in the strata. I queried this as a member of the committee as I had not received an email to vote I asked another unit owner. All unitowners were emailde except me to provide comments on the NBN installation. No voting had occurred so the statement that the committee had resolved the minimum requirements for an NBN installation was a false statement.
Can I do anything legally or non-legally about this false and dishonest statement ?
Then I proposed that a vote should be taken on my NBN installation. This was accepted. This is what should have been done in the first place.
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