Asked by Anonymous on 19-10-2022 14:02:16
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
Good day, I am a home owner in an estate with full title. I sent an email request to the directors to install wooden panels for closure on back yard.
Email detailed below:
I would like to install garden wooden panels across the wall. The same supplier that was used for the opposite apartments will be used and thus will be similar to installation done.
Please advise what would be required to be furnished to get approval on the following.
I have now received the following from them:
Please be advised that the Directors have been advised of the attached wooden installation which is not anywhere near the existing units and your current installation does not conform to the approved spec i.e. the BC units use round dowels not flat plywood as per the photo provided.
The Directors humbly request you to remedy this installation for uniformity. Thanks
My question for advise is that my request was similar and not the same but also there were no guidelines provided. Also there seems to conformity being dictated to some and not others. Eg house colours.
Is there any case that i can put forward.
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