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Regularization of Antennas in Condominiums: The Path to Compliance

Did you know that telecommunications antennas in your condominium can hide a series of regulations and procedures that, if neglected, can cause headaches?

We are here to alert you to the crucial importance of regularizing the telecommunications infrastructure installed in your condominium.

In this article, we'll unravel the ways and rules to make sure everything is in compliance and working perfectly..

The Complicated Path of Regularization

Adjusting your enterprise's antennas is not just a formality, but a necessity to comply with Anatel's rules, the agency responsible for supervising telecommunications stations. In addition, local and municipal legislation also plays a crucial role.

To take the first steps towards compliance, you will need to:

  1. Solid Documentation: Have the deed of the property or the purchase and sale contract regularized to prove ownership or possession of the land. This is essential to start the process.

  2. Necessary Licenses: Obtain a prior license from the City Hall and Anatel to authorize the installation of the antenna in the chosen location, as provided for in Law No. 9,472 of 1997.

  3. Reports and Permits: In certain equipment, it is essential to have periodically renewed reports and permits from the city hall to maintain regularization. Do not neglect this step.

  4. Solid Technical Design: The development of the technical design of the antenna is crucial and must meet safety, health and environmental requirements. This includes setting minimum distances from other antennas and from sensitive locations such as schools and hospitals..

The Trustee's Role in Compliance

In addition to the responsibilities of owners and managers, the liquidator plays a key role in compliance with rules and regulations. According to Article 22 §1 of Law No. 4,591 of 1964 and item II of Article 1,348 of the Civil Code, it is incumbent upon the trustee:

  • Manage the condominium and ensure the well-being of all.

  • Actively and passively represent the condominium in legal matters.

  • Obtain the condominium agreement together with the updated meeting minutes.

  • Ensure that the condominium has no tax, labor or social security pending issues.

Failure to comply with the necessary regulations can result in fines and lawsuits for the condominium, which could be avoided with proper planning and compliance with regulations..

Do you want to ensure that the antennas in your condominium are fully regulated? Contact GLOBALBLUE for a specialist telecommunications consultancy and find out how we can help you successfully navigate these procedures.


  1. Anatel: Regulamentação e diretrizes para o funcionamento de estações de telecomunicações.

  2. Lei n.º 9.472 de 1997: Lei que estabelece o regime público e os princípios e objetivos da prestação de serviços de telecomunicações.


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