Residents’ associations are constituted by all the people who own a dwelling or premises in the same building. And, as in any collective, there is a possibility of conflict. Non-payment of charges, arguments over whether or not to carry out certain interventions on the building, works that have not been agreed and disagreements about the use and maintenance of common spaces are some of the causes of strife that may affect the day-to-day coexistence of the members of a community.
Aside from any possible clash among the members, residents’ associations can also come into conflict with the administration and generate certain administrative and management tasks that may require expert advice. In all those circumstances Col·lectiu Ronda can help you and provide the support you need.