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Hello and thank you for your question.
Likely you do but it will depend on a close examination of what information was available to you when you bought the property, and they type of remedy available may also vary.
You presumably should have been advised of the plans or been referred to such plans before you purchased, and if such plans did not include a noisy air conditioner in your unit space then will be legal options. However, working out the best way to proceed will require a lawyer to review your situation in a comprehensive way as well as the history of the planning approvals for the development.
To that end I would suggest you get a lawyer involved ASAP as the earlier they get involved the more likely they will able to help you find a satisfactory solution. In short it is usually a lot easier to address problems of this sort before the builder has actually completed installation than after the works are all complete, so try to get a lawyer ASAP.
I trust the above assists.
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