115. Nothing in this Act shall affect or take away any rights or remedies that a subsidiary proprietor or mortgagee of a lot or a management corporation may have in relation to any lot or the common property apart from this Act.
116. [Repealed by Act 47 of 2004]
118. [Repealed by Act 47 of 2004]
—(1) A summons or other legal process may be served on a management corporation by leaving it with the chairman or secretary of the management corporation or of the council or with any member of the council.
(2) A document other than a document referred to in subsection (1) may be served on a management corporation —
by leaving it with any person referred to in subsection (1) or in the receptacle provided by the management corporation under section 28 of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act (Cap. 30C); or
by sending it, by registered post, to the management corporation at its address recorded on the folio of the land-register comprising the common property.
(3) Subject to the provisions of this Act, a notice or other document required or authorised by this Act or the by-laws to be served by a management corporation, a council or the secretary of a council on a proprietor, subsidiary proprietor, lessee, mortgagee or occupier of a lot may be served —
by leaving it —
where the person to be served is an occupier of the lot, at the address of the lot; or
where an address for the service of notices on the person to be served is recorded in the strata roll, at the address so recorded;
by sending it, by registered post, to the person to be served, where an address for the service of notices on that person is recorded in the strata roll, at the address so recorded and, if that notice or document is not returned through the post office as undelivered, that service shall be deemed to have been made at the time at which the registered letter would in the ordinary course be delivered; or
in the case of a subsidiary proprietor, by affixing the notice on the front door of his lot.
(4) Section 60A of the Land Titles Act (Cap. 157) shall apply to the service of documents on a management corporation and a subsidiary proprietor.
(5) This section shall not apply to notices served in proceedings in the court.
Breaches of provisions of Part IV
120. [Repealed by Act 47 of 2004]
—(1) Every application to the court under this Act shall be by originating summons.
(2) Where this Act provides for any sum to be recovered by any person or authority from any other person or authority, the sum may be recovered by an action for a debt in any court of competent jurisdiction.