FOR UK-JUSTICE ONLY
I'd be grateful for some more advice.
Some more information relevant to this case is:
In last years AGM it was recorded that satellite dishes on the building are in breach of lease restrictions. It was also recorded that all satellite dishes must be removed within 14 days of the date of the meeting (June '12). There was no resolution to agree this. I was in the meeting and did not agree this statement should be made but the other directors have supported it in subsequent correspondence. The minutes have not been approved.
Can you advise if this changes things?
Also, because the dish has been up for 10 years can a resolution this long after the 'affirmation' require removal?
Other lease restrictions continue to be in breach i.e. affirmed.
Also, are you aware of a ruling from the ECHR on satellite dishes as follows?
"A test case (23883/06) where Swedish tenants were evicted because of their use of a satellite dish has been ruled as a violation of the applicant’s human rights under Article 10 (Freedom of Expression) in that they were not allowed to receive satellite signals. The Court ruling has effectively established that the possession and use of a satellite dish for the purposes of exercising one’s right to freedom of information is a human right."
I do not want to remove the dish because my tenants need a better level of service/infomation than what is available from the buildings own sky dish.
So I want to know if this ruling is something I could use to emphasise enforeced removal is not legal?