● You may ask in writing for an assembly of the owners so that a decision may be made for the disconnection of your property from the central heating of the building.
● If there is no administrator or the assembly has not taken place within 30 days of your request or if the answer given is negative, then the owner may disconnect from the Central Heating System (CHS) on his own expense, as long as this does not create a problem to the heating for the rest of the building.
● The owner may choose an autonomous heating system eg. Natural gas, heat pumps, geothermal systems etc.
● Before installing the autonomous heating system, the owner must inform the other co-owners of his decision, so that he can be released from the CHS of the building.
● The new heating system (natural gas, heat pumps etc.) must comply with the requirements of the law. The pipes may be installed on the façade of the building or in other common areas.
● The owner who disconnects from the CHS is in total exempted from fuel consumption costs for the CHS of the building but participates in preventive maintenance costs. It must be noted that the law, if the majority of the co-owners decides so, provides for the total exemption from maintenance costs for the owners that disconnect from the CHS.