And if the those who don't use the lift, don't want to pay now because its not their problem and say its the engineers problem who say its the builders problem (which is what happened.).
Didn't think of asking if covered by insurance at the time.
Many owners didn't live in the units as they were investments and their tenants weren't affected and trying to get them to vote was a nightmare.
Several members of the body corporate committee were those who didn't want to share their parks with us... But it was very interesting to see what a multi million pound apartment on the roof looks like.
I was the only renter who turned up to the meetings as it was driven by me wanting a car park which I was paying rent for. (my landlord was in other city and everything went through a property manager).
The saga lasted for 6 months and was still going when I left. I managed by parking my car on the building site of the new apartment they were building on the same site as I left in the morning before the builders arrived and arrived home after they had left) But if I had owned the place, I would have been extremely annoyed. But living overseas is full of interesting experiences !
(one of the cars trapped was a nice flash sports car owned by a premier league footballer)