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What is the current situation with regard to the regulations requiring window locks – or restrictors – to be fitted to windows that open enough to allow a child to fall or climb through. We have counted around 50 windows in our 12 unit townhouse complex that could cost the OC well over $3000 to have the current window winders replaced. Why should this be the OC’s responsibility? Why not individual owners? Is it possible to charge the owners for the work individually – some have more windows than others.
Again, it seems strata owners are the easy targets for the Government – what about all the two storey single dwellings out there?
Any comments, experience appreciated thanks Flat Chatters
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