REPLY. In principle, no one can use the facade or other common elements, to install individual services, much less if it causes inconvenience to others.
This type of installation constitutes a de facto invasion of common elements, although doctrine and jurisprudence have admitted that the placement of small devices that do not require the drilling of walls, is not subject to the unanimity regime, since understanding it in another way was contrary to the interpretative norm that requires adaptation to the social reality of the time in which the laws have to be applied, otherwise preventing the placement of certain technical advances that undoubtedly improve the daily life of the neighbors.
F. Brotons Baldó. Farm administrator
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