thank you sir.....all of us have one motor together ..that pumps water to overhead tank....all of the other owners have taken line from a single tank..which receives first supply from the motor...that is ours.....the others have another tank also ....building's ....not pvt...which they do not use......all are facing water problem...but no unity to solve it sir.......if at all we initiate a move they are posing problems......there is association for this building...so we couldn't approach everyone...now they say we should have asked all owners in person....is it necessary sir?....can't we install a pvt tan with our owner's permission?
Asked in Civil Law from Madurai, Tamil Nadu
they talk as though we are entirely at fault.....is there any way to defend our tank and money spent?...
Asked 3 years ago
well if you had a association for all the flats it would have been advisable to take association permission before installing private water tank . all decisions have to be taken by registered association . meeting ought to have been called wherein decision of water shortage placed on agenda . based on resolution passed in the meeting further decisions should have been taken .
what you have done is sidestepped the association . now request the association to regularise the installation of water tank considering acute water shortage in building . or association can install bigger water tank of say 10,000 liters to resolve water problems of all members of the association
very sorry sir.....i had meant to say there is no association for this building sir........no common meeting has ever been held sir.......
....very sorry for the miscommunication.....
Asked 3 years ago
file injunction suit in the civil court
Advocate, New Delhi
problem is when you raise query you give half baked facts . our replies are based on facts mentioned by you . hence it is always advisable to contact local lawyer . pay his consultation fees and take his advice .
If there is no association then move to court and obtain injunction.