The law on co-ownership stipulates that the costs of insulation must be divided proportionately.
This is quite logical. If the communal parts of a building are insulated, all co-owners must share the costs. After all, every resident will enjoy the energy savings associated with such insulation.
At first glance, it seems that residents on the top floor are the only ones who benefit from roof insulation. But better roof insulation has an impact on consumption in every apartment:
In practice, the same ratio split is applied to possible energy grants. Another option is to allocate premiums to the reserves. But this is a decision that must be taken in the general meeting.
The law on co-ownership was amended on 1 January 2019. In concrete terms, this means the following:
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