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    Why wouldn't you be allowed to do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheMove View Post
    You mean the noisy neighbours landlord? I read that on a government website but didnt know if you were allowed to approach a landlord privately etc
    Not quite clear what the BC was asked to do, or how. The BC can and should be formally asked to take action with documented reasons and incidents. Multiple owners complaining would help. There is a BC disputes process, bit pricey but multiple complainants and good documentation to the BC will assist a decision requiring for example the BC to sanction the unit owner. And maybe refund the fee.

    Also no reason you can't approach the landlord directly, preferably with a witness, and document the conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post

    Also no reason you can't approach the landlord directly, preferably with a witness, and document the conversation.
    you cant record conversations legally can you? oops ;-p

    i felt bad at first as I know the owners, hes from South America and is on median wage, met a lovely young Kiwi Chinese lass who owned the property, they had a lovely wee one, then left an apartment for something more substantial for a growing family etc. The mistake it seems to me which Im still trying to clarify is, did they notify the BC and the BC do nothing or did they just think (like a lot of kiwis would assume, owning it), that they could just make major renovations which impacted the sound resonance to the inner walls of the property.

    Will keep you posted as to how I go, sigh.

    Thanks for all the advice.


 

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