I am the land-lord and syndic for a small "maison de maitre" converted to three apartments. Apartment located in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre(Bruxelles capital region)
I am living in ground floor and we have a tenant upstairs. Top floor is empty.I need to renovate the bathroom. This involves removing ceramic tiles and bathtub and installing new tiles and bathtub.
I am sure removing tiles will bring some noise.
(1) What are the rules related to noise associated to renovation inside an apartment building?
(2) Can this be done during the weekends ? Sundays and public holidays? Any restrictions on which hours of the day this could be done?
(3) Any procedure in notifying inmates of this renovation work?
- a short note in the common area will do?
-how soon we need to notify, few days , week, two weeks?
(4) What if they object and say they have an exam and can't be done for, say next two months?
Thanks all folks!!!
I do see moving to first floor is anyway mandatory. I will check howe long
do I need to stay there.
Thanks and have a nice week ahead!
I found it:www.businessandlaw.be/
Apparently, the highest juridiction of Belgium, the "Cour de Cassation", ruled that the contract was ended by the tenant, not by you.
But somehow, it has been ruled that this position against the constitution, and therefore the indemnity is due if you don't stay 2 years...
Welcome in Belgium, the land of Magritte...
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