Procedure for Decision Making on Risky Building

Buildings that are exposed to the danger of collapse and severe damage or that have completed their economic life are called “risky buildings”. Today, many houses and buildings in our country are risky structures in this sense and need to be transformed. As a rule, the floor owners or stakeholders decide how to eliminate the risk in these risky buildings.

These persons eliminate the risk either by demolishing or retrofitting the building. However, these decisions regarding demolition or retrofitting must be taken at a meeting attended by all right holders. This is because each right holder has the authority to express opinions, make evaluations and make decisions about the future of the building in which they live or benefit in some way. Acceptance of the contrary leads to the imposition of the will of the majority on the minority and the violation of the clearly protected right to property.

Therefore, holding a meeting enables them to effectively exercise these powers that are linked to their property rights. In this context, our study elaborates on why the meeting is so important and provides information on its procedure.

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