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We have a few residents who like to hang their laundry on drying racks in their garages. This is within their lots. Though there are sometimes items of laundry hanging from garage doors, which is common property.
The bylaw referring to laundry reads “an owner or occupier..must not..hang any washing…..in such a way as to be visible from outside building other than on any lines provided by the owners corporation…”
We are a complex of townhouses. So does outside the building mean from the driveway? We all have our own clothes lines so the owners corp doesn't provide any.
This is where I believe bylaws should have “appendix A” etc to distinguish one strata from another. Definition of “outside building” would mean one thing for an apartment block, another for this? Do we take this to mean outside the individual unit or from the street? Can residents argue that the OC should provide lines that facilitate drying better in the colder weather?
As I struggled to nagivate through the myriad of clothes drying racks positioned around my unit, I do sympathise with the plight of drying washing in this cold, grey weather with the prospect rising power prices. I do not, however, wish my home and its surrounds looking similar to a street market in Bali.
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