I own a villa on a complex (25 villas in total) on the Bodrum peninsular. The site was completed June 2005. The developer managed the site for 2 years after completion and was then replaced by a local management company. Since completion several of the walls (some are 5 metres plus high) have collapsed. These walls have been badly constructed from poor quality materials. They are made from volcanic tuff which just crumbles away, as does the mortar in between. The builder/developer was pressured into giving a 5 year written guarantee following the collapses experienced while they were still on site. Recently the wall adjacent to my own villa showed obvious signs of imminent collapse and this was reported to the builder. The builder refused to honour his guarantee and the wall has now collapsed - fortunately while we were back in the UK - avoiding any serious injury or damage to the villa itself. The builder still refused to act so we commissioned an expert independant surveyor from the Bodrum Local Civil Engineers Association. His findings were that the site walls are dangerous and need rebuilding. My question is: How do we owners enforce this without entering into protracted and hideously expensive litigation as documented elsewhere on this great forum? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.