- Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:06 pm
The community can take a hike.
You can have an antenna on your own property, if it is not blocking community access, on communal walls or 'airspace' they have no jurisdiction on a small antenna on your property. They might try to, but legally they would struggle to win that argument.
Many are not aware, that some community rules are 'crossing the line' in terms of legality - just that people either don't think to check or simply don't want to go down that path.
It's a bit like an argument that surfaced years ago about satellite dishes - you need permission from the town hall, the community etc - no you don't. EU law states you have the right to access TV/telecommunications in your own language, within any EU member state - which overrides, some BS rule that 'someone randomly made up', without actually referring to the law. As I stated before, most simply don't check.
25GB mobile data per month, if doing a little general email & web browsing is enough - start watching video or TV and it's not.