Mr Bowman said Mr O’Donnell had thrown urine, chicken bones and skin and food scraps on a regular basis on the front door of Mr Healy’s house.Mr Healy claimed that Mr O’Donnell would leave rubbish, porridge and dog faeces around his house, and then pour urine over them from a tetra pack carton.
yesterday (May 28), Brewer said: "I'm playing a character named Ivy Forrester.
Your Strata Manager has the power to issue a Notice To Comply.
This carries a formal warning that if the behaviour doesn’t change then you are entitled to proceed to arbitration through the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT).
It is imperative to remain calm and to walk away from the situation.
If you have any further questions about how to handle a disruptive neighbour, please contact your Strata Manager at Netstrata.