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Co-responsibility of a condominium with the installation of antennas and how this can impact the condominium/union

The installation of antennas in buildings is a topic of great relevance for condominium management and the property manager, as there is a growing need for their implementation due to the demand for telecommunications services and the expansion of internet and mobile phone networks.

For this reason, it is important to be aware of the condominium's co-responsibility in this matter, as the installation encompasses several legal, technical and coexistence-related aspects.

To carry out the installation of antennas in condominiums, it is necessary to comply with various regulations and legislation, both at federal and municipal level, since the installation of antennas can affect not only the physical structure of the building, but also the health and well-being of residents.

Another fundamental point to be considered is the potential aesthetic and environmental impacts of installing antennas in the condominium.

The co-responsibility of the project arises from the statements set out above as it is essential that the condominium and the property manager are aware of the rules to ensure that the installations are carried out in accordance with the law and respecting the rights of the condominium owners.

Furthermore, it is important to check whether the condominium has a well-defined convention that addresses the topic of antenna installation. Many condominium agreements already provide specific rules for this type of situation, establishing procedures, technical requirements and criteria for the approval of new installations.

The management of telecommunications infrastructure plays a fundamental role in mediating this process, acting as a facilitator of dialogue between the condominium and telecommunications companies. This involves informing and clarifying the legal and technical aspects related to the installation of antennas, ensuring total transparency and impartiality in the conduct of the process and ensuring that all interested parties are considered.

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