- This topic has 2 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 2 years, 6 months ago by .
We have quite a vexatious AirBnB host who on her website refers to herself as a ‘rule-breaker’ and ‘disruptor’. The ‘disruptor’ attached the AirBnB key safe to her washing machine in the common laundry which has to be accessed with a security key. Residents began to disrupt the disruptor by making sure that the laundry door was always locked which meant that her AirBnB customers were not able to access the key. The ‘disruptor’ made a complaint to the police that the secured common laundry door was being locked! She now has attached the key safe to her letterbox. My understanding is that letterboxes are common property: if the letterboxes are located within a brick wall which is located on the common property and clearly outside of a lot, then they subject to the owners corporation’s by-laws. So, my question is: can the AirBnB host modify common property (i.e. by attaching a key safe)?
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.