BY-LAWS
OF THE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 4111


1.0) WHEELCLAMPING AND TOW-AWAY BY-LAW (SPECIAL RESOLUTION)
The House had resolved, by way of a Special Resolution, passed as a by-law, that wheel-clamping by-law be implemented to empower the Management Council.

 

1. To wheel-clamp any unauthorized vehicle parked in the estate or vehicle that is found parking indiscriminately in the estate. An administrative fee of $200.00 shall be charged to the owner/ driver seeking release from the Management of their clamped vehicles. Payment shall be made in cash terms only during office hours (weekdays between 0900 to 1700 hours and Saturdays between 0900 to 1400 hours).
 

2. If the vehicle is not removed within 48 hours, an additional administrative fee of $50.00 per day or part thereof that day is payable.
 

3. In the event that the owner/ driver of the vehicle and/ or the subsidiary proprietors and/ or their servants/agents damaged the clamp in their attempt to remove the clamp, the owner/ driver of the vehicle and/or the subsidiary proprietor shall be liable to pay and identify the Management Corporation for the cost of replacing the damaged clamp and other incidental expenses and legal cost that may be incurred by the Management Corporation to ensure compliance with the By-Laws.
 

4. The Management Corporation and/or their appointed security officer shall not be liable for any damage to the car, when its wheel(s) are clamped or when the clamps are removed.
 

ENFORCEMENT
1. The Management Corporation may also tow away and/ or other devices to immobilize any vehicle which is found to have parking indiscriminately or illegally or in such manner that violated additional by-law governing car parking regulations. All towing charges or car park charges shall be payable by the subsidiary proprietor/driver or owner of the vehicle.

 

2. Where any vehicle is parked and obstruction on any common property, along the driveway or in any open space within the estate in contravention of any rules, by-laws, or appears to have been abandoned on any common property or in any open space within the estate, the Management shall at its sole discretion:
 

a. Remove the vehicle to a place of safety or any other place and detain it; or
b. Prevent the removal without its content by fixing any immobilization device to the vehicle; or
c. Dispose of or sell the abandoned vehicle by auction, after giving one month’s notice to the relevant authority of the intention of the Management, when the immobilization device fixed in accordance with the house rule or by-law is not claimed by the vehicle owner or subsidiary proprietor or occupier after one month of its detention or immobilization.

 

3. The Management and/or their appointed security officer shall not be responsible for any fines, car park charges compositions or summonses as a result of the vehicle being towed away and parked outside the estate or for loss or damage to the vehicle of its contents.

4. The Management and/or their agent shall not be liable for any loss/damages, actions, proceedings, claims and suits which may be made against the Management including any towing charges and incidental cost and expenses shall be borne by the owner/driver of the vehicle and/ or the subsidiary proprietor.

 

2.0) ILLEGAL DUMPING BY-LAW (SPECIAL RESOLUTION)
The House had resolved, by way of a Special Resolution, passed as a by-law, that illegal dumping by-law be implemented to:-

 

1. Empower the Management Council to penalize and the person/unit who are caught doing illegal dumping at the bin centre and in the common areas of the development; illegal dumping means the disposal of bulky refuse (eg; furniture, electrical items and appliances, flammable items, wet cement and adhesive materials, advertising materials etc) in the common areas (eg; lift lobbies, staircases, walkways etc).

 

2. The above bulky items should be disposed out of Oxley Bizhub at subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier and/or their contractors own cost. They may, however, engage the services of the building cleaning contractor for a fee.
 

3. The person/unit of such act shall be liable for the cost of administration and replacement/ repair/ recovery to the damages caused. The administrative and recovery charges shall be $2,000.00 per incident/ occurrence. Repeated act or refuser to pay or not adhere to the by-law will be barred from operating in the building premises. All electrical power to their units will be cut-off.

 

4. The Management Corporation, its agents, and employees shall not be liable for any loss of business, damage to property by perishing or deterioration or any other loss or damage whatsoever arising from the enforcement of the By-Laws.

 

3.0) FIRE SAFETY BY-LAW (SPECIAL RESOLUTION)
The House had resolved, by way of a Special Resolution, passed as a by-law, that fire safety by-law be implemented as follows:-

 

1. A subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of a lot shall not cause any obstruction to the common property or do or omit to do any act which may breach the provisions of the Fire Safety Act (Chapter 109A) or any other relevant revisions and laws. Arising from the above, if the Management Corporation shall be subject to prosecution and/or fine, the subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of the said lot shall reimburse the Management Corporation for all fines and costs incurred including any legal costs on a full indemnity basis.
 

2. If all and any sums payable or recoverable from the subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of the lot in respect of cost and expenses incurred by the Management Corporation in or about the abatement of any offence under the Fire Safety Act are not paid by the subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of the lot with fourteen (14) days after such demand is served, the Management Corporation may apply to the court to recover and all legal costs incurred on a full indemnity basis shall be paid by the subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier concerned.
 

3. A subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of a lot shall not cause or allow to continue any fire hazards either by act, default or sufferance and shall abate all fire hazards and do all such things as may be necessary to prevent a continuance or recurrence.

4. Where a fire hazard had occurred and the subsidiary proprietor/ occupier fails to abate the fire hazard, the Management Corporation may carry out or cause to be carried such work including the removal and disposal of any property causing the fire hazard as appears necessary to the Management Corporation to abate the fire hazard and to prevent a recurrence thereof and shall recover all expenses incurred from the subsidiary proprietor and/or occupier of the lot concerned.

 

4.0) CANCELLATION OF FACILITIES USAGE BY-LAW (SPECIAL RESOLUTION)
The House had resolved, by way of a Special Resolution, passed as a by-law, to empower the Management Council to decide on the cancellation of facilities usage (namely, season car parking, gym, swimming pool and other common areas amenities) if any of the subsidiary proprietors or occupiers of a lot breach or are in default of any of the following:-


i. Arrears of maintenance contributions for more than a quarter (i.e.; 3 months), or any unpaid overdue amount or any unpaid overdue administrative and recovery charges.


ii. Illegal dumping at common areas (ie; lift lobbies, corridors, staircases, carpark, bin centre etc).


iii. Encroachment of common areas (ie; lift lobbies, corridors, staircases, carpark, bin.

 

iv. The Management Corporation, its agents, and employees shall not be liable for any loss of business, damage to property by perishing or deterioration or any other loss or damage whatsoever arising from the enforcement of the By-Laws.

 

5.0) VANDALISM AND MALICIOUS MISCHIEF BY-LAW

To consider and if approved, resolve by way of a special resolution that vandalism and malicious mischief by-law be implemented to: -

 

1. Empower the Management Council to penalize and charge the person/unit who are caught vandalizing or intentional destroying or defacing or damaging any common property in the common areas of the development. Common areas mean (e.g.; lift lobbies, staircases, walkways, toilets, driveways, carparks, etc.).

 

2. The person/unit of such act shall be liable for the cost of administration and replacement/ repair/ recovery to the damages caused. The administrative and recovery charges shall be $2,000.00 per incident/ occurrence. Repeated act or refuser to pay or not adhere to the by-law will be barred from operating in the building premises. All electrical power to their units will be cut-off.

 

3. The Management Corporation, its agents, and employees shall not be liable for any loss of business, damage to property by perishing or deterioration or any other loss or damage whatsoever arising from the enforcement of the By-Laws.

 

6.0) ENCROACHMENT BY-LAW

To consider and if approved, resolve by way of a special resolution that encroachment by-law be implemented to: -

 

1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not obstruct and place their goods, display cases or racks etc. on passageways, corridors, staircases, driveway, lobby outside their premises or any other common property.

 

2. Empower the Management Council to penalize and charge the person/unit who are caught encroaching on the common areas of the development; Encroachment means an illegal intrusion to the common areas of the development, with or without obstruction.

 

3. The person/unit of such act shall be liable for the cost of administration and replacement/ repair/ recovery/ removal/ disposal of the damages caused. The administrative and recovery charges shall be $2,000.00 per incident/ occurrence. Repeated act or refuser to pay or not adhere to the by-law will be barred from operating in the building premises. All electrical power to their units will be cut-off.

 

4. The Management Corporation, its agents, and employees shall not be liable for any loss of business, damage to property by perishing or deterioration or any other loss or damage whatsoever arising from the enforcement of the By-Laws.

 

7.0) RESTRICTION IN PHOTO TAKING AND FILMING BY-LAW

To consider and if approved, resolve by way of a special resolution that “restriction in photo taking and filming” by-law be implemented to: -

 

1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall be responsible to obtain approval from the Management Council before taking any photograph or filming Oxley Bizhub.

 

2. Exceptions are allowed for Management Council and Security personnel to carry out their duties.

 

3. Empower the Management Council to penalize and charge the person/unit who took photograph or filming without consent or in a manner of exposing the material with the intention to cause “harassment, alarm, distress”.

 

4. The person/unit who breach of the above by-law shall be liable for the administrative and recovery charges of $2,000.00 per incident/ occurrence. Repeated act or refuser to pay or not adhere to the by-law will be barred from entering the building premises and will be reported to the authority.

 

5. The Management Corporation, its agents, and employees shall not be liable for any loss of business, damage to property by perishing or deterioration or any other loss or damage whatsoever arising from the enforcement of the By-Laws.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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