—(1) A management corporation shall, upon application made to it in writing in respect of a lot which is the subject of the subdivided building concerned by a subsidiary management corporation, or by a subsidiary proprietor or mortgagee or prospective purchaser or mortgagee of that lot or by a person authorised in writing by such a subsidiary proprietor or mortgagee and on payment of the prescribed fee, do any one or more of the following things as are required of it in the application:
inform the applicant of the name and address of the chairperson, secretary and treasurer of the management corporation and of any person who has been appointed under section 66 as managing agent;
make available for inspection by the applicant or his agent —
the strata roll;
the notices and orders referred to in section 29(1)(g);
the plans, specifications, certificates, drawings and other documents delivered under section 26(4);
the minutes of general meetings of the management corporation and of the council;
the books of account of the management corporation;
a copy of the statement of accounts of the management corporation last prepared by the management corporation in accordance with section 38(10);
any notice under section 3, 8 or 16 of the Land Acquisition Act, or any copy of an award under section 10 of that Act, received by the management corporation for any non‑lot acquisition relating to the strata title plan for which the management corporation is constituted; and
any other record or document in the custody or under the control of the management corporation,
at such time and place as may be agreed upon by the applicant or his agent and the management corporation and, failing agreement, at the subdivided building at a time and on a date fixed by the management corporation under subsection (2);
certify, as at the date of the certificate, in respect of the lot in respect of which the application is made —
the amount of any regular periodic contributions determined by the management corporation under section 39(1) and (2) and the periods in respect of which those contributions are payable;
whether there is any amount unpaid of any contribution determined under section 39(1) and (2) and, if so, the amount thereof and the date on which any such contribution was levied;
whether there is any amount unpaid of any contribution levied under section 40 or 41 and, if so, the amount thereof and the date on which it was levied;
whether there is any amount recoverable from the subsidiary proprietor of that lot under section 30 and, if so, the amount thereof;
any interest payable under section 40(6)(b) in respect of any unpaid contribution referred to in that subsection;
whether the management corporation has received a copy of any application made to, or any order of, any Board or the High Court under section 84A or 84FA of the Land Titles (Strata) Act (Cap 158); and
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whether the management corporation has received any notice under section 3, 8 or 16 of the Land Acquisition Act, or any copy of an award under section 10 of that Act, for any non‑lot acquisition relating to the strata title plan for which the management corporation is constituted.
(1A) A management corporation for a strata title plan shall, upon application made to it in writing by a collective sale committee constituted in accordance with the Land Titles (Strata) Act (Cap. 158) for the purposes of a collective sale under section 84A or 84FA of that Act and on payment by the collective sale committee of the prescribed fee, furnish a copy of extracts from the strata roll containing the information referred to in section 46(3) in respect of every lot comprised in that strata title plan.
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(2) Where an applicant and a management corporation fail to reach an agreement referred to in subsection (1)(b) within 7 days after the receipt of the application by the management corporation, the management corporation shall immediately send by post to the applicant a notice fixing a time, specified in the notice, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on a date so specified, being a date not later than 21 days after the receipt of the application by the management corporation for the making of the inspection referred to in that subsection.
(3) In favour of a donee of, or a person taking for valuable consideration, an estate or interest in any lot, a certificate given under subsection (1)(c) by a management corporation in respect of that lot shall be conclusive evidence, as at the date of the certificate, of the matters stated therein.
(4) A person entitled to inspect a document made available under subsection (1)(b) may take extracts from, or make a copy of, the document but may not, without the consent of the management corporation, remove the document from the custody of the management corporation for the purpose of inspecting the document, taking extracts therefrom or making a copy thereof.
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