Our expert says:
I'm so sorry you are having to endure this. Complaining to the body corporate SHOULD have been the best move: there must be building rules regarding noise and disturbance - ask to see these, and ask what they plan to do to uphold them. Try to get some of the neighbours on your side too: your case will be made much stronger if several residents complain together to the body corporate. If you get no action from the body corporate, then appeal to the owner directly. Unreasonable noise that causes disturbance (especially after hourse) and affects quality of life is illegal: you have the right to appeal to your local municipaility. You also have the right to call the police (you can ask to remain anonymous) if people are making a racket late at night or on weekends/public holidays.
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