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In a small group of townhouses in Victoria, we have some rising damp which members of the committee believe affects the integrity of the building. Some of the walls affected are external walls abutting common property and some are boundary walls separating lots from each other. The vertical boundaries aren’t specified on the plan of subdivision so I understand that the vertical boundaries default to the median of the external walls or boundary walls between lots. Should the OC fund the repair of all walls because it affects the building’s integrity? Or should the OC make a contribution, say 50% to the repair of the walls which abut common property and let the owners of the shared vertical boundary walls look after their own costs? Thanks.
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