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A property management company in Beijing forcibly moved into a community and arbitrarily blocked cars and charged fees, causing conflicts | Lugu Street | Forcibly charging parking fees | Beijing Beikong Property Management

A property management company in Beijing forcibly moved into a community and arbitrarily blocked cars and charged fees, causing conflicts | Lugu Street | Forcibly charging parking fees | Beijing Beikong Property Management
A property management company in Beijing forcibly moved into a community and arbitrarily blocked cars and charged fees, causing conflicts | Lugu Street | Forcibly charging parking fees | Beijing Beikong Property Management
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[The Epoch Times, November 18, 2023](Epoch Times reporter Li Xi’s interview and report) The Yongle West Community in Shijingshan District, Beijing, was recently replaced by a property management company by the street office and forcibly moved in without signing a service contract with the owner. An owner broke the news that when he went out on the evening of the 15th, his car was stopped by the property management and he was forced to collect a parking fee. If he did not pay the fee, he would not be allowed to pass.

Guo Shengju, the owner of Yonglexi Community in Beijing, was blocked and threatened by property security guards. (Video screenshot)

At about 8 pm on November 15, Guo Xuju, the owner of Yongle West Community, was driving when he encountered the property management of the community who forcibly stopped the car to collect parking fees. Guo Xuju told an Epoch Times reporter on the 17th, “On the evening of the 15th, I was stopped by the property security guard at the exit of the driveway of my community when I was driving. The security guard stood in front of my car desperately and blocked the road. Then two more people, probably from the property management, came. The leader also made it clear: ‘I will never let him go without paying the money.’ He also threatened me: ‘If you don’t believe me, you will grow two heads.'”

At that time, Guo Xuju thought to himself: “Are we going to be controlled by bandits and underworld right at our doorstep?”

“This property belongs to Beijing Beikong Property Management Company. It is a new property and they were forced to move in without signing a contract with the owner. According to the property personnel, it was replaced by the competent department of the subdistrict office,” he said.

The Epoch Times reporter called the Lugu Subdistrict Office in Shijingshan District, Beijing. The staff said, “I don’t know about the property change. I will record your feedback.”

The Epoch Times reporter called the Lugu Property Management Section in Shijingshan District, Beijing, and the staff said, “Property matters must be handled by the street.”

The owner will sue Beijing Enterprises Property Management for illegally entering the community

Guo Xuju said that about three years ago, railings were set up at the gate of the community, but there was no forced parking fee. The fee was mainly for those with parking spaces. Those without fixed parking spaces were not prohibited from passing. Now that they have moved to a new property, they have started to collect fees forcibly. , no one is allowed to pass without paying the fee.

Afterwards, Guo Xuju searched for relevant laws and regulations. He said that from a legal point of view, first of all, this new property company was not hired by the owners, nor did it sign a service contract, so it was a forced move in. According to the clear provisions of the Civil Code and the Property Management Regulations, the roads and other public lands and facilities in the community belong to the joint ownership of the owners; the original property shall not transfer management services to a third party without authorization; the property company hired by the owner or the owners’ committee shall be responsible for the property management according to the requirements of both parties. Charges can be charged and services and obligations can be performed only after agreement;

Second, the law stipulates that community roads are owned by all owners, and prohibiting others from passing is illegal and infringes on residents’ rights of passage. Being stopped and tolled when entering and exiting your own home is something that bandits have not been able to do since ancient times;

Third, according to the relevant road laws, even if the neighbors have complete personal rights, they must allow the neighbors to pass if there is no other accessible road. What’s more, this is a public road in the community. What right does the property have to deny access?

He said, “Based on these basic legal principles and using the video as evidence, I will complain and sue Beijing Beikong Property Management Co., Ltd.”

When searching for Beijing Beikong Property Management Co., Ltd. on the Internet, the phone number is incompletely displayed. (Internet picture)

The Epoch Times reporter searched for Beijing Beikong Property Management Co., Ltd. on the Internet, but not all phone numbers were displayed. The reporter inquired the telephone number of Beijing Beikong Property Management Co., Ltd. from the directory inquiry desk. After calling the number, the company’s property management personnel said that the number he had was just a telephone number for the property department of the community. He did not know anything about the Yongle West Community. He asked the reporter to ask the headquarters , however, he didn’t know the headquarters phone number.

Editor in charge: Lin Congwen

The article is in Chinese

Tags: property management company Beijing forcibly moved community arbitrarily blocked cars charged fees causing conflicts Lugu Street Forcibly charging parking fees Beijing Beikong Property Management

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