05 Feb What Is The Responsibility Of The Building Owner?
The owner of a building or other building works is obliged to remedy the damage caused by their deficiencies or maintenance deficiencies. The building and the building cannot claim proof of salvation in respect of payment of property damage (cannot avoid responsibility), but the right to recourse is reserved. Although the building and the building cannot prove proof of salvation, if the proof proves that the damage is caused by the force majeure, the extraordinary state, the damage or the third person ‘s serious flaw, it can cut the causal link and avoid paying the damages.
This responsibility is in Article 69 of Law No. 6098. The owner of a building or other building works is obliged to remedy the damages caused by the defects in the construction or lack of maintenance. The owners of redeemed and resident owners are also jointly liable for the damages arising from the deficiencies in the maintenance of the building together with the owner. Those who are responsible for these reasons are entitled to recourse to other persons who are responsible to them.