Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS

Part III MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS

Part IV DEALINGS IN STRATA SUBDIVIDED BUILDINGS

Part V MANAGEMENT OF STRATA SUBDIVIDED BUILDINGS

Division 1 — Management by owner developer before management corporation constituted

Division 2 — Management corporations and common property

Division 3 — Councils

Division 4 — Subsidiary proprietors and occupiers

Division 5 — Managing agents

Division 6 — Insurance

Division 7 — Subsidiary management corporations and limited common property

Division 8 — Termination of strata scheme

Division 9 — Miscellaneous

Part VI DISPUTES AND STRATA TITLES BOARDS

Division 1 — Strata Titles Boards

Division 2 — Types of orders by Board

Division 3 — Miscellaneous

Part VII STAGED DEVELOPMENTS

Part VIII GENERAL

FIRST SCHEDULE General Meetings of Management Corporations and Subsidiary Management Corporations

SECOND SCHEDULE Proceedings of Councils and Executive Committees

THIRD SCHEDULE Consequential Amendments to Land Titles (Strata) Act (Chapter 158, 1999 Edition)

FOURTH SCHEDULE Transitional and Savings Provisions

FIFTH SCHEDULE Consequential Amendments to Other Written Laws

Legislative Source Key

Legislative History

Comparative Table

Powers of management corporation to carry out work
30.
—(1)  Where a notice has been served on the subsidiary proprietor of a lot by a public authority requiring that subsidiary proprietor to carry out any work on or in relation to that lot and the notice is not complied with, the management corporation may carry out the work.
(2)  Where a subsidiary proprietor, mortgagee in possession, lessee or occupier of a lot fails or neglects to carry out any work —
(a)
required to be carried out by him under a term or condition of a by-law referred to in section 33;
(b)
necessary to remedy a breach of the duty imposed on him by section 63(a);
(c)
to rectify any defect in any water pipe or sewer pipe within his lot or any cracks in the wall or floor within his lot; or
(d)
necessary to rectify his contravention of section 37(1),
the management corporation may carry out that work.
(3)  Where the management corporation carries out any work on or in relation to a lot or common property under subsection (1) or (2), it may recover the cost of so doing, as a debt —
(a)
from the subsidiary proprietor, mortgagee in possession, lessee or occupier referred to in subsection (1) or (2); or
(b)
where the work is carried out —
(i)
under subsection (1) or (2)(b) or (c), from any person who, after the work is carried out, becomes the subsidiary proprietor of the lot on or in relation to which the work was carried out; or
(ii)
under subsection (2)(a), from any person who, after the work is carried out, becomes the subsidiary proprietor of the lot in respect of which the by-law referred to in subsection (2)(a) was made.
(4)  Where an order (including an interim order) made by any Board has not been complied with, the management corporation may carry out any work specified in the order and recover from the person against whom the order was made the cost of so doing as a debt in a court of competent jurisdiction.
(5)  Where —
(a)
any part of a building comprised in a lot contains any structural defect which affects or is likely to affect the support or shelter provided by that lot for another lot in that building or the common property; or
(b)
any defect occurs in any pipe, wire, cable or duct referred to in section 63(a)(ii) within a lot,
and the defect is not due to any breach of the duty imposed on any person by section 63(a), the management corporation shall carry out such work as is necessary to rectify the defect and may recover the cost of such work from any person who has a duty to remedy the defect as a debt in any court of competent jurisdiction.
(6)  Where —
(a)
the management corporation incurs any expenditure or performs any repairs, works or acts that it is required or authorised by this Part or by any other written law to perform (whether or not the expenditure was incurred or the repairs, works or acts were performed consequent upon the service on it by the Government or any statutory authority of any notice or order); and
(b)
the expenditure or the repairs, works or acts were rendered necessary by reason of any wilful or negligent act or omission on the part of, or breach of any provision of its by-laws by any person or his tenant, lessee, licensee or invitee,
the amount of that expenditure expended by it in performing the repairs, works or acts shall be recoverable by it from that person as a debt in an action in any court of competent jurisdiction.
[LT(S)A, s. 45]