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Group of 9 units in WA. 1 rogue elderly owner. Many breaches for noise and abusive behaviour. Extensive history.
A few months ago the council of owners granted visitor bay access requested for in and out running of errands during the day. Hip op 10 months ago cited as the reason and more room for door opening. Plus we took into account her large sedan, questionable driving skills, has hit the structure of the property twice reversing out of our shared carport and dented my car(s) 6 times so far when parked in the carport. I park hard on my right wall and get out the passenger door to get as much distance as possible between our 2 cars. Technically our carport is the closest in distance to the front door.
The resident in question has now taken to parking their car outside their unit which is actually half of the common driveway for entering and exiting. So the 2 lanes are down to one. It is opposite 3 of our visitors bays which other residents have been granted parking for their 2nd cars. And blocking them too being able to reverse out.
This owner is difficult to deal with to say the least and very aggressive and rude. So approaching her is out of the question for any of the council members. I must note she is able to carry her shopping up from visitor bay parking and to spend time down there cleaning the car so not that incapacitated.
Question is do we have to grant further access to park on the common driveway for her if she plays the medical disability card when it’s impacting the whole complex coming and going ?
Where do we draw the line in being accommodating and still be fair to all the other residents ?
And are we setting a precedent for other residents to get complacent and park outside their unit every time they can’t be bothered putting their vehicles where they belong ?
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