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Hello. My name is***** am an attorney. I will review your question. I may need to clarify facts first. I will answer & we can discuss issues.
Can you give a little more detail please.
You as a homeowner have a right to entry to your home or unit. They would have to take reasonable steps for you to enter into your home. Are they paying for you to live in an hotel? Wasn't there any notice? It takes paint one week to dry? This all sounds a bit bizarre. Is it because they are for storage only and you are using a unit as a home? Are they set up for a permanent home?
Are you the only one? Or is everyone else effected? Where is everyone living if they cannot get into their units?
Hi again: Well, as I mentioned to you, a homeowner is entitled to a right of entry. If there s a common access being renovated, it is supposed to provide reasonable access to the homeowner. If it cannot do so, then the homeowner could argue that they should be compensated for the inconvenience. If it can be done, that is provide access, such as a temporary walkway, that should be done. So either a temporary way to get into the premises, or compensation for the inconvenience.
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