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Property Rules

  • Common Areas: According to the 4th article of the Condominium Ownership Law, spaces listed as common areas and other necessary spaces and things for joint use, protection, and benefit of the property owners are considered communal. Guests must carefully maintain and clean these common areas, ensuring the beauty, durability, internal structure, static safety, and exterior integrity of the primary property are preserved without exception.
  • Garbage Rooms: The right to use the garbage rooms located on each floor is exclusively for the guests residing on that floor. The staff will collect the garbage.
  • Usage of Residences: Occupants cannot use their units in a way that disturbs others. It’s prohibited to shake rugs, carpets, etc., from balconies and windows, throw water or other substances, dispose of trash, or hang laundry in a way that could disturb others. Radios, TVs, musical instruments, and similar devices must be used without disturbing other residents.
  • Prohibited Materials: Occupants are not allowed to store materials in their units or common areas that emit unpleasant odors, are radioactive, or could harm human health, such as industrial cylinders, extra fuel tanks, flammable or explosive materials that increase the risk of fire.
  • Pets: Bringing pets into the residences is prohibited.
  • Noise and Disturbances: Occupants must avoid actions that produce odors, smoke, dust, noise, or other disturbances that could affect other residents.
  • Access for Repairs: If access to a unit is required for repairs to other units, extensions, or common areas, the occupants must consent. However, such activities should be arranged for the most convenient time for all parties involved.
  • Access to Common Facilities: Occupants are strictly prohibited from entering areas where the building’s common facilities are located. Only the manager and authorized personnel may enter these areas in emergency situations for intervention purposes.