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An owner has requested the OC pay for repair of paved courtyard as pavers along the boundary edge are sinking. Overall the paving is in good condition.
The garden’s cement foundation was not completed to the edge of the boundary, it is along this edge the pavers have dropped into 30cm sinkhole. She has quote for void to be filled with polyurethane, and paving to be redone ($6000+). No cause has been determined. The villas built around 1985 and this issue looks like it’s got worse over 10+ years and now have some pavers falling into 30cm deep hole
The Strata Plan specifies ‘strata of the garden area extend 2 below and 5 above the upper surface of the ground floor’.
I assumed this would mean responsibility would be the lot owner? The strata manager believes it can be claimed on OC insurance. Are garden foundations lot or Strata responsibility?
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