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Often a body corporate or its committee is accused of acting unreasonably by someone that considers its stance to be unfair or adverse to their interests. That inevitably leads to a debate on what ‘reasonable’ means. A recent decision has given the industry an answer. It started with one owner’s plan to join together an external deck and daybed to his villa to create a larger external space. That required exclusive use of about 5m² of common property air space next to both of these external areas.