We are owners of a flat in an “Association of Apartments” and our purchase agreement includes the only covered garage in this building. The garage lies at one corner of the compound. The garage walls are `9 feet above the compound level.
The compound wall collapsed about a month back and its collapse caused partial structural damage to our garage too.
The managing committee proposes to rebuild the remaining compound wall upto the original 5’ height, but exclude the 2 walls of the garage.
They said we will have to build the garage walls etc at our cost because the garage remains our “private property”.
Are they not obliged to build the entire garage over and above the compound level, along with the roof, even though it is our private property, as it was structurally damaged due to collapse of the compound wall, garage wall(s), resting on this foundation to collapse?