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hello, I am a solicitor with over 15 years experience. I will try to help you with this. I don't think any anti-discrimination or human rights issues arise here. You need to look to the lease and constitution of the management company.
Thankyou for your response, but I am puzzled as to why there is no redress in the two areas mentioned. It would be reasonable to assume that a "communal area" would be "communal" for all and not one particular section of the community.
The lease is very poorly written and has obviously been cobbled together, for instance we cant shake dusters out of the windows or throw out rags, so it harks back to Victorian times rather than modern living.
In respect of the communal areas we have the right to pass and repass over the communal areas and I think that could in a wider sense include "playing" could it not? If there is no mileage in human rights issues etc, in what direction might the best move be would you think? Thankyou.
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You will need to look at either the lease or the constitution or other document governing the Ltd Company. If there is nothing in the lease prohibiting play in the communal areas (I assume you mean gardens) then I don't see why yo can not continue to let your children play there. You could contact the Ltd Co and ask why they have put those signs up and with what authority and unitl you get a convincing argument then carry on playing there.