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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

 
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Division 9 — Miscellaneous
Management corporation, etc., may represent subsidiary proprietors in proceedings
85.
—(1)  Where all or some of the subsidiary proprietors of the lots in a parcel comprised in a strata title plan are jointly entitled to take —
(a)
proceedings for or with respect to the common property in that parcel against any person or are liable to have such proceedings taken against them jointly; or
(b)
proceedings for or with respect to any limited common property in that parcel against any person or are liable to have such proceedings taken against them jointly,
the proceedings may be taken by or against the management corporation in the case of paragraph (a), or the subsidiary management corporation constituted for that limited common property in the case of paragraph (b), as if it were the subsidiary proprietors of the lots concerned.
(2)  Any judgment or order given or made in favour of or against the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation in any such proceedings shall have effect as if it were a judgment or an order given or made in favour of or against the subsidiary proprietors.
(3)  Where a subsidiary proprietor is liable to make a contribution to another subsidiary proprietor in respect of a judgment debt arising under a judgment referred to in subsection (2), the amount of that contribution shall bear to the judgment debt —
(a)
the same proportion as the share value of the lot of the first-mentioned subsidiary proprietor bears to the aggregate share value, in the case of a judgment or an order for or against a management corporation; or
(b)
the same proportion as calculated in accordance with section 81, in the case of a judgment or an order for or against a subsidiary management corporation.
[LT(S)A, s. 116]
Management corporation’s power to take proceedings as agent for subsidiary proprietor in case of structural defects
86.  Where —
(a)
the condition of any lot in a parcel affects or is likely to affect the support or shelter provided by that lot for another lot in the same building or the common property; and
(b)
the subsidiary proprietor of the lot in that condition has neglected or refused within a reasonable time to take any proceedings for the purpose of exercising any right or enforcing any remedy available to him to have that condition rectified,
the management corporation may, as agent for the subsidiary proprietor of the lot in that condition but at its own expense, take any of the proceedings referred to in paragraph (b).
[LT(S)A, s. 117]
Costs in proceedings by subsidiary proprietors against management corporation, etc.
87.
—(1)  In any proceedings brought —
(a)
by one or more subsidiary proprietors against the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation; or
(b)
by the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation against one or more subsidiary proprietors (including subsidiary proprietors joined in third party proceedings),
the court or a Board may order that any moneys (including costs) payable by the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation under an order of the court or a Board, as the case may be, in those proceedings shall be paid, in respect of such lots as are specified in the order and in such proportions as may be specified, by the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation out of contributions levied for the purpose.
(2)  Where the court or a Board makes an order under subsection (1), the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation shall, for the purpose of paying the moneys ordered to be paid by it, levy contributions in accordance with the terms of the order and shall pay the moneys out of the contributions paid pursuant to that levy.
(3)  Section 40 (with the exception of subsection (2)) shall apply to and in respect of contributions levied under subsection (2) in the same way as it applies to contributions levied under that section.
[LT(S)A, s. 118]
Breaches of this Part
88.
—(1)  If a management corporation or subsidiary management corporation commits a breach of any provision of this Part, or makes default in complying with any requirement of, or duty imposed on it by, any provision of this Part, a subsidiary proprietor or mortgagee in possession or occupier of a lot shall be entitled to apply to the court —
(a)
for an order to restrain the breach of any such provision by; or
(b)
to recover damages for any loss or injury to the subsidiary proprietor, mortgagee in possession, or occupier or property arising out of the breach of any such provision from,
the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation, as the case may be.
(2)  The court may make such order against any such person, the management corporation or the members of its council, or the subsidiary management corporation or its executive committee, or the managing agent, as the court thinks fit.
(3)  Where a requirement or duty is imposed on a management corporation or subsidiary management corporation by this Part, any person for whose benefit, or for the benefit of whose lot that requirement or duty is imposed on the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation, as the case may be, may apply to the court for an order compelling the management corporation or subsidiary management corporation, as the case may be, to carry out the requirement or perform the duty and, on such an application being made, the court may make such order as it thinks proper.
[LT(S)A, s. 120]