I live in a small 20-unit condo complex in Oakland California. The 3 board members have decided to install metal kickplates to the bottom of everyone's front door on the outside facing the hallway. These things are gray metal and extrememly ugly. The people in the building are apathetic and do not care as long as they do not have to take any effort to do anything. However, our doors seem fine as they are. They are normal doors with no damage. The building is new--built in 2004. I do not want this thing on my door.
The board is going ahead with this action without answering any questions about why they're spending thousands of dollars making our hallway look ugly.
My question is--do they have a legal right to touch my door without my consent if there is no damage to the door?
SonnyWhat is the name of your state?