A landlord whose tenants’ children have been accused of being noisy and playing ball games in the common area wants to know if the other residents are over-reacting or if he should give the tenants notice to vacate.
One child was seen throwing stones at a neighbour’s property while another climbed a fence to retrieve a ball. A neighbour who complained got a hostile reception from the parents.
Meanwhile, the situation escalated when a couple of ‘‘notices to comply’’ were issued, but some residents have no problem with the kids. So what does our Flatchatter do?
You can’t ban kids from standard strata schemes but owners can make it clear they don’t want any around. It can’t be pleasant for a family living in a place where their kids are clearly unwelcome, although they may not have much choice.
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