woodchuck wrote:I just survived fifteen (15) days without electricity here in a condominium project in Huaral.
As the property has its water from wells, I also had to endure no running water.
As there are many condominium projects in Peru, I am wondering if any other expats (or others) have experienced this serious problem - as my monthly maintenance fees have always been paid on time.
This is a classic BREACH OF CONTRACT by the owners as they were not timely paying the electric company.
I welcome your serious comments on how to proceed - please.
Would this be an issue for INDECOPI or other government agencies?
Thanks for your help in advance.
PS - I doubt apartment owners could get away with this without serious ramifications.
woodchuck wrote:Good info, but how does this help my situation?
woodchuck wrote:Re: Is this legal???
Postby woodchuck » Tue Feb 18, 2020 3:55 pm
Re: Is this legal???
Postby jumpinjack » Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:01 am
Well, if the owner does not respect a renter who pays on time, you should just move.
I have some $60,000 invested with improvements; I AM NOT A RENTER.
I can't just move.
Are you familiar with - CONDOMINIUM projects?
woodchuck wrote:In a CONDOMINIUM project, the owners own the improved land & the purchasers own the homes.