If the rules of the comunity deny the right to have the pets in comunal parts you could not have them
But the seller had to advice you about the rules in the place, so you could demand him for this damages
You have two ways to procedure, once its asking for a permission, and in the other hand to demand the seller in court for not advice you about this comunity law
In order to take the second way you will need a local attorney to demand him
I will be here if needed
When we put the deposit on the house the management plan was not in place. They never at any time said that we could not bring our pets. We asked the question, and we were told of course, this will be your home. I do not think they will grant permission even though we have a wall and gate. The problemis mainly with the apartments who share communal gardens, and people have complained about the wild dogs being fed. Our dogs do not run freely, and have their own walled garden. The clause as in my first e-mail seems ambiguous in any case. We would never have moved here selling in the U.K if this was not the case. It seems like our only option is to seek agreement/ recompense with the developer. If they seek court action will we have a right to defend ourselves ?.
In my opinion its a fraud from the seller, who was forced to tell you the limits about pets in the propiety, so he must be demanded for it
The comunity has the right to put the rules they want with the legal limits, so you can do anything about it
So, you shall considerer to demand the seller for the fraud and to take a decision about the pets
Its clear that if they deny the permission you cant have the pets there, and the damages must ne demanded to the seller
You can not force the comunity to accept the pets if they do not want them
In order to demand the seller you have to contract a local attorney
I will be on line if needed, thank you
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Do you not consider that the reference to feeding cats dogs and chickens is more a reference to stray animals, and does not refer to domestic pets, bearing in mind our pets have their own enclosed garden, and do not visit the communal areas
Of course it could beThe answer must be checked in the comunity laws, the laws which the co-owners has made for the comunityIf the comunity rules does not specify that the forbidden animals are wold ones, pets must be admittedThe rules which reduce co-owner rights must be alwys very, very clear, and its interpretation very restrictive, I mean it has to be interpretated restrictivlyThank you
Do you mean that the wording is ambiguous, and that we should seek clarification. The wording does not actually state wild animals, but it does not state pets either. I think when you refer to be "interpretated restrictively" does this mean it has to clear.
I am sorry, but before I seek to employ a Turkish lawyer, I feel that I need to understand our position.
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