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    Curly
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    Hello All,

    In our Sydney townhouse complex we have three residents (one is an owner and the other two are tenants) who have bought and placed portable basketball stands in front of their driveways, at the end of the complex There appear to be two stands on common property.  These lot’s young boys and their visitors play at various times of the day.  I don’t see any parents supervising the boys, but I certainly get to hear the continuous bounce of the basketball. My main concern is would the OC be liable should one of the stands fall and injure a child ?

    Thank you

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    @Curly said:
    My main concern is would the OC be liable should one of the stands fall and injure a child ?

    Is that really your main concern – or is it the fact that a common property area has been turned into a basketball court, with the resulting noise?

    If you are genuinely concerned about the OC being sued for damages, check with your insurer to see if you are covered.

    But if it’s annoying noise, there are other avenues you could pursue, starting with by-laws that may already exist.

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