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NSW. Behind my car lot space is a common property room which is a generator room. There is a right of carriage way across my lot for access to this room.
The committee have decided to remove the generator which no longer works and they want to turn the area into an office for SC meetings and office for the building manager. This means instead of it being a room that was rarely accessed (except for maintenance) it will be accessed every day multiple times, past my parked car across my lot.
We thought to access CP even with a carriageway the OC would have to request access to enter our lot to maintain CP. It seems unrealistic to ask us for access every day and also seem unfair and dangerous to have lot owners etc crossing a carpark.
What are my rights in regards to the repurposing of a CP space which was not meant for public pedestrian access but only for maintenance which may have been once a year at most. Thanks Whoopi
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