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Because of serious deterioration, our building has had to have the old balconies on each unit, now used as laundries, removed and rebuilt. Some time in the distant past some unit owners enclosed their balcony. This was done in various ways – windows installed, lattice erected, etc. It’s also possible that some balconies were enclosed in the original build or later by the owners corporation. No-one knows and there are no records.
Now that the balconies are being demolished and rebuilt, does the Owners Corporation have an obligation to ensure that each balcony is rebuilt with at least equal amenity as it had prior to demolition? Do they have to replace a wall where there was a wall, or a window if there are currently windows, or can they just say that money is short and all balconies will be rebuilt as balconies, with regulation height railings and nothing else?
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