House Rules

These house rules are specially prepared to assist you in the moving-in process and setting up your home in the condominium. Do find the time to read them and if you still have questions which are not answered, please feel free to approach the Management Staff. We are only too pleased to assist you in any way possible.

Some residents may disagree with certain House Rules, but it should be appreciated that the House Rules are formulated for the common good. However, to meet the changes in the owner's requirements, the House Rules can be revised as necessary at any Annual General Meeting, if such changes have a majority support and provided they meet the requirements of the Land Titles (Strata) Act.

Your co-operation in observing the rules and regulations set in the following pages will help to make the estate a more congenial place to live. The House Rules have a legally binding effect on all owners, residents and visitors.

The specific house rules for Evergreen Park can be downloaded from the document section of the portal available here. Only registered users are able to view and download the house rules. To register and request and account please click on the register link at the top of the page (or available here). Once approved by management you will then have access to the restricted areas of the portal.

Condominium Living

Preliminary

  1. These Rules may be referred to as the House Rules And By-Laws of Evergreen Park Condominium, and are to be read in conjunction with the Prescribed By-Laws laid out in the Second Schedule of Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act.
  2. In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires:
    1. "Owner" means the person or persons holding legal title to a housing unit.
    2. "Resident' means the occupier of a lot which definition shall where appropriate include an owner or any other person authorized by such owner to occupy the lot as a tenant or lessee thereof and shall include the "members of the family" but shall not include guests, servants or agents of the occupier.
    3. "Guest' means a person other than a resident who is on the premises at the invitation of a resident.
    4. "Condominium" means the housing units and the common areas of Evergreen Park.
    5. "Common Areas" means all areas in the Condominium with the exception of the housing units.
    6. "Manager" means the person and his authorized representatives who are responsible for the management and maintenance of the Condominium.

Resident's Pass

  1. To be eligible for the Resident's Pass, the applicant must be residing in Evergreen Park on a permanent basis and his/ her identification card must show the Evergreen Park's address.
  2. Owners who are not residing in Evergreen Park and who have not tenanted out their premises are also eligible to apply for a Resident's Pass.
  3. To replace a lost Resident's Pass, a letter declaring the loss of the pass is required.
  4. Resident's Pass will be issued to residents aged 12 years and above.
  5. If an owner sells or rents his unit subsequently, he must inform the Management and return the Resident's Pass issued to him and members of his family in order for new passes to be issued to the new owner/ lessee.
  6. A tenant is required to obtain a letter of authorization from the owner to instruct the Management to issue to the tenant the Resident's Pass. The name of the tenant must explicitly be mentioned in this letter.
    For company-owned properties or company-tenanted premises, the letter must bear the registered company name and the names of members of the nominee who will be eligible for the Resident's Pass.
    Administrative fee of $20.00 per Resident's Pass shall be payable by these registered tenant/s.
  7. Visitor on temporary stay will not be issued with Resident's Pass.
  8. No Resident's Pass will be issued to resident's employees such as domestic servants (maids) and chauffeurs.
  9. Applicants must submit a copy of any legal document to prove their ownership/ tenancy of the related premises.
  10. Two (2) recent passport-size photographs must be submitted with each application.
  11. The Resident's Pass is not transferable.
  12. Only a valid Resident's Pass will entitle the resident to the use and booking of Condominium facilities.
  13. The Resident's Pass will automatically be deemed null and void when the holder is no longer residing in the Condominium. All such passes, including additional ones are to be returned to the Management for cancellation.

Occupancy

  1. The housing units are private residential dwellings and shall not be used for commercial or any other purposes.
  2. Owners must notify the Manager of any leases on their housing units and provide such personal particulars of the tenants as required by completing the prescribed Form (available at the Management Office) and returning the completed FORM to the Manager as soon as possible.
    Owners who are residents must provide the Manager with the personal particulars of his household as required by completing the prescribed Form and returning the completed Form to the Manager as soon as possible.
  3. Nothing shall be allowed, done or kept in the Condominium which may overload or impair the floors, walls or roofs thereof or cause any increase in insurance premium rate or the cancellation, invitation or non-renewal of existing insurance policies.
  4. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct of their family members and guests at all times, ensuring that their behaviour is neither offensive to other occupants of the building/premises nor damaging to any portion of the private/ common property.
  5. Residents shall not permit their children or visitors to play in the lifts or lift lobbies, stairways, roads, car porches or in the front area of the building. Residents and their children are not to use the common wall or floors for ball-playing, skateboarding or cycling or to deface the walls or common areas.
  6. Owners who are not residing in Singapore shall appoint a local agent to represent their interest. Such owners shall file the names, addresses and contact numbers of their agent with the Management prior to allowing them access to the property.
  7. Once an apartment is leased out, the entitlement to the use of the common areas and all other facilities is automatically transferred to the lessee and the lessor is no longer entitled to use these facilities as the lawful registered owner.
  8. No external external awnings shades, screen, Venetian blinds, grilles, radio/ television antennae or any other external structures shall be erected without the prior written approval of the Management. The design for window grilles shall be of the standard design approved by and obtainable from the Management.
  9. Soliciting of goods and services, or religious or political activities shall not be permitted in the premises.
  10. Private parties are limited to the Club-House or designated areas only.
  11. No funeral wakes shall be held in the common areas.
  12. Nothing shall be thrown out or emptied into the common areas. There shall be no dusting or cleaning of household effects out of the windows, doors or balconies or in the common areas.
  13. Radios, wi-fi equipment, television sets, musical instruments and other similar audio visual equipment shall be kept at a reasonable volume at all times.
  14. Brooms, mops, cartons, notices, advertisement, posters, illuminations or other means of visual communications shall not be placed on windows, doors or passage visible from common areas.
  15. Care shall be taken when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls so as to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building or into other apartments.
  16. Residents shall ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on or near the perimeter of the premises whereby they can fall and cause bodily harm to person(s) below.
  17. No goods or any other items shall be stored in the common areas.
  18. Bicycles, tricycles, children's riding toys, roller-skates and the like shall not be ridden, used or left in any corridor, stairway, lobby, lift or carpark.
  19. No games shall be allowed in the common areas except in designated areas.
  20. No person shall wear a bathing suit, smoke, drink or eat in lifts and main lift lobbies.
  21. Condominium furniture, furnishing, fire-fighting equipment or other common property shall not be damaged, misused or removed from their location.
  22. Residents with parking labels can park their vehicles in numbered parking lots except those marked with "NO PARKING" or "FOR VISITORS" signs. However, 2nd car and 3rd car label are not allowed to park in 1s' car lots.
  23. No major repairs may be made to any vehicle parked within the Condominium. A "Major Repair" includes a repair that involves excessive noise or oil spillage.
  24. Use of hose and splashing of water with pail are not permitted when washing cars.
  25. Residents shall arrange for unwanted furniture or other bulky items to be disposed of at their own cost.
  26. In the event of power failure, fire or other emergencies, occupants must not use the lifts but shall use the stairways to vacate from the building.
  27. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injury, accident or loss occurring in any part of the building.
  28. Fire doors for the staircases at 1st storey are to be closed at all times.
  29. All residential units in Evergreen Park are meant for residential use only. Any commercial activities have to be approved by the Management and relevant Authorities.
  30. Access Card is not transferrable to non-residents and loss of access card has to be reported immediately to the Management. Owners of access card will be responsible for its unauthorized use.
  31. For cleaning of aircon compressors, residents are to inform the Management at least 2 working days in advance.

Renovation

  1. Residents shall not erect in their apartments any additional structures or make any alterations without the prior written approval of the Management. The Management shall have the authority to demolish or remove any such unauthorized additions or alterations after giving SEVEN (7) days written notice to the resident concerned requesting him to remove the same and all costs and expenses incurred in respect of such demolition or removal shall be borne by the resident concerned who shall fully indemnify the Management against all such costs and expenses, and against all loss or damage in respect of such demolition or removal including legal costs incurred by the Management on a solicitor and client basis.
  2. Residents shall not carry out any work which may affect the external facade of the building without prior written approval of the Management. The facade shall include windows, curved windows in the living room, common areas, open areas and all other visible parts of the building which constitute or form part of the external appearance of the building.
  3. Residents shall not install any television or radio antenna on the rooftop or on any external part of the subdivided building without the written consent of the Management.
  4. Before carrying out any renovations, alterations to an apartment, a resident is required to apply for approval from the Management and to place a deposit of S$500.00 and S$2,000.00 for minor and major work respectively, payable to "THE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2521". The deposit will be refunded to the resident when the Management is satisfied that the resident or his renovation contractors have not damaged any common areas, left debris or caused any inconvenience to the Residents for which the Management would have to incur expenses to rectify.
    Should the expenses of such rectification exceed the deposited amount, the resident concerned shall be liable to pay the difference. The renovation deposit shall be refunded to the resident/ contractor free of interest should there be no other outstanding matter.
    An administrative fee of S$50.00, inclusive the use of Lift Padding is also payable.
  5. Renovation works shall only be carried out on the following days and hours:
    • Mondays-Fridays : 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
    • Saturdays : 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
    • Sundays & Public Holidays : No work is to be carried out
    Owners/ Tenants and their contractors must inform the Management of their schedules of work.
  6. All renovation contractors must report at the security check-point prior to the work being carried out, FAILING WHICH the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any unknown person which cannot be verified there and then.
  7. All renovation workmen must report at the security check-point to obtain Identification Passes and must wear their Passes at all times while in the building. Security personnel have the right to question any person found in the building found without a Pass.
  8. All renovation workmen should only use the designated lifts and staircases so as not to cause inconvenience to the residents. Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed of by the residents / contactors on the same day as they are being brought in.
  9. All residents are not allowed to tap water/ electricity supply from the common areas.
  10. Unwanted materials, debris etc should not be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other common areas in the building. Otherwise they will be removed and any cost incurred shall be borne by the residents concerned.
  11. All renovation works should be confined to the boundaries of an apartment. Hacking of structure slabs, columns and beams are strictly prohibited.
  12. Residents must ensure that adequate measures be taken to protect the common property during the delivery or removal of materials by their contractors.
  13. Owners/ residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors. Any damages to the building and its equipment caused by the moving of furniture or other effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the owners/ residents concerned.
  14. Renovations, alterations and additions to the units include:
    1. Alterations, addition or removal of wall and floor finishes;
    2. Demolition of walls, new partitioning, installation of windows and grilles;
    3. Reposition of internal doors and walls;
    4. Installation of false ceiling;
    5. Installation of built-in cabinets and other large fixtures;
    6. Installation of air-conditioning;
    7. All work that involve bringing sand or cement;
    8. All painting work other than those carried out by residents themselves;
    9. Installation or alteration of electrical and plumbing works
  15. All applications for approvals of renovation works and payment of the deposit should be made at the Management Office during office hours. All application forms which are obtainable from the Management Office must be submitted together with copies of all relevant plans/designs. Approval from relevant authorities must be obtained for any intended renovation.

Bulk Delivery and Home Removal

  1. Bulk delivery and home removal should be carried out during the following hours:
    • Mondays - Saturdays: 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
    • Sundays & Public Holidays: 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
    Owners/ Tenants and their contractors are reminded to inform the Management Office of their schedules, particularly on Sundays and on Public Holidays.
  2. All deliveries/ removals workmen must report at the security check-point prior to the work being carried out. Otherwise, the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any unknown person for purpose which cannot be verified.
  3. All deliveries/ removals workmen must report at the security check-point to obtain Identification Passes and must wear their Passes at all times while in the building. Security personnel have the right to question any person found in the building without an Identification Pass.
  4. All deliveries/ removals workmen should use only the designated lifts and staircases so as not to cause inconvenience to the residents. Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed of by the occupants on the same day as they are being brought in.
  5. Unwanted materials, debris etc should not be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other common areas in the building. Otherwise they will be removed and the cost charged to the occupant/subsidiary proprietor concerned.
  6. Residents must ensure that adequate measures be taken to protect the common property during any bulk deliveries or home removal work.
  7. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors. Any damage to the building and equipment caused by the moving of furniture or other effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the residents concerned.
  8. Residents are required to place a deposit of S$500.00 payable to "THE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2521" with the Management before any bulk deliveries or home removal work can be permitted.
    The deposit of S$500.00 shall be refunded free of interest subject to any deductions by the Management for any costs incurred to remedy any damage caused to the common property by the resident. An administrative fee of S$50.00, inclusive the use of Lift Padding is also payable.

Pets

  1. Livestock or other animals shall not be allowed or kept in any part of the building, except for that of dogs, cats and other household pets, not exceeding a reasonable number may be kept by the occupants in their respective units. Any such pets causing a nuisance or unreasonable disturbances to any other occupants of the building shall upon notice given by the Management be immediately and permanently removed from the premises.
  2. Only dogs of small breed as defined by the relevant authorities are allowed in the building.
  3. All dogs must be kept on leashes and under control of their owners at all times.
  4. Residents with household pets shall observe the following rules:
    • Pets shall not be allowed in common areas. When in transit in lifts, they shall be carried or held on a leash.
    • Pets shall not be allowed in the recreational areas under any circumstances.
    • Residents shall clean up the waste of the pets left in common areas.
    • Residents shall be responsible for the cost of repairing and cleaning of areas being damaged or littered by their pets.

Others

  1. The enforcement of the House Rules shall rest with the Management. The Management shall have the absolute discretion with regard to the interpretation of the House Rules and By-Laws.
  2. The Management has the sole authority to assess and determine the amount payable for the cost of making good any damage, breakage or loss of equipment caused by the user. Such amount will be deducted from any available deposits in the first instance. If the deposit is inadequate or unavailable, the Management shall collect the amount from the user responsible for the damage, breakage or loss.
  3. The Management has complete authority to vary from time to time the amount of deposits, hiring charges, breakage or loss.
  4. The Management reserves the right to amend, append or suspend the application of any or all the House Rules from time to time as it deems necessary.

Recreational Facilities

General

  1. The recreational facilities are for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. Non-residents are deemed to have assigned their rights to their tenants to use the facilities.
  2. Only residents with valid Resident's Passes may use or book the recreational facilities.
  3. Guests of residents must sign in and be accompanied by the residents throughout the use of the specified facility.
  4. NO GAMBLING IS ALLOWED IN THE COMMON FACILITIES.
  5. Children under the age of 12 years shall not be allowed to any of the recreational facilities unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behaviour.
  6. Radios, hi-fi equipment, television sets, musical instruments and other similar audio-visual equipment may not be played in or about the recreational facilities, except when operated with headphones.
  7. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities were specifically intended, no other games or activities (such as soccer, roller-skating, skateboarding and "horse play" of any sort) shall be allowed in or about the recreational facilities.
  8. Residents shall be responsible for any damage caused to the recreational facilities by them or their guests. Residents must inform the Management of any existing damages to the facilities or equipment they or their guests are about to use, failing which, they may be held responsible for such damage.
  9. Residents are required to produce their Resident's Pass at the counter while claiming the keys to the recreational facilities. Failing to do so may result in refusal of use of the facilities.
  10. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are permitted to conduct lessons.
  11. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss sustained by residents and their guests during the use of the recreational facilities.
  12. Failure to comply by the rules may result in refusal of use of the facilities.

Swimming/ Wading/ Spa Pools

  1. The swimming/ wading/ spa pools are open from 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. daily.
  2. Residents using the pools must produce their Resident's Pass to the facilities' guard in-charge.
  3. Only residents and their guests are permitted to use the pools. Guests must be accompanied and signed in by a resident who shall ensure that their guests comply with the rules and regulations contained herein. The maximum number of guests per housing unit shall not exceed FOUR (4) at any one time.
  4. Children under TWELVE (12) years of age must be accompanied by their parents or supervising adults when using the pools.
  5. Strictly no diving is permitted.
  6. The deep end of the pool is for good swimmers only.
  7. There will be no life guard in attendance. Therefore, all residents and their guests use the swimming/ wading/ spa pools at their own risk. All swimmers are to refer to the pool rules displayed by the poolside andobserve the necessary precautions while using the pools.
  8. Swimmers are allowed to use only plastic goggles, floats and kick boards in the pools.
  9. The life buoys are strictly for emergency use only and must not be removed from the racks except for saving lives.
  10. As a precautionary measure, all persons must leave the swimming/wading/ spa pools during heavy rain or thunderstorm.
  11. Showers must be taken at footbath and suntan lotion/ oil must be removed from the body before entering the pools.
  12. Persons suffering from any infectious disease or have bandages or open
  13. Noisy, rough or dangerous play is not permitted in the pools.
  14. The following activities are not allowed on the pool deck:
    • Cycling
    • Roller-skating
    • Throwing of Frisbees or balls
    • Skate-boarding
  15. Eating, drinking and smoking in the swimming / wading/ spa pools and their immediate vicinity are prohibited
  16. No pets are allowed at the pool side surrounding.
  17. The safety equipment provided around the swimming pool shall be used for their intended purposes only.
  18. All persons using the swimming/wading/spa/ pools must be in proper swimming attire. Persons in tee-shirts or shorts will not be allowed in the swimming/wading/spa pools.
  19. Air-beds, surfboards, snorkelling and scuba-diving gear (such as flippers/fins, diving suits, glass masks/goggles), bulky inflammable toys,balls, Frisbees and similar object shall not be permitted in the swimming/wading/spa pools. Plastic goggles may be worn and children may play with their water toys in the wading pool.
  20. Swimming coach lessons shall be allowed during the following hours:
    • Monday-Friday: 7:00am to 5:00pm
    • Saturday:7:00am to 1:00pm
    • Sunday & Public Holiday: No coaching allowed
  21. Only qualified swimming coaches are allowed to conduct coaching lessons and must be registered with the management before commencement of lesson.

Registration of Coaches / Instructor

  1. Coaching is allowed from Mondays to Fridays 7.00 am to 5 pm and Saturdays from 7.00 am to 1.00 pm. No swimming lesson is to be conducted on Saturday afternoon, Sundays and Public Holidays.
  2. The students must be the residents of Evergreen Park. Non-residents (including friends or relatives of residents) are strictly prohibited from joining any swimming lessons conducted in the swimming pool.
  3. An updated list of your students must be submitted to Management Office.
  4. Subject to the observation and compliance of the estate house rules and by-laws at all times, registered coaches are allowed to conduct swimming lessons in the estate for a period of one year, commencing from the first swimming lesson conducted. Coaches who wish to continue giving lessons after the said one year's period are required to re-apply to the Management for approval.
  5. Only Three (3) trainees per session are allowed in the pool.
  6. Coaches are responsible for the safety of their trainees. The Management accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal property and/or injury or death arising from any cause whatsoever. The coach/instructor is responsible for the behaviour and safety of their students during the lesson sessions.
  7. Swimming lessons shall not be conducted in such a manner as to cause annoyance, disturbance or injury to other pool users.
  8. A security deposit of $100.00 is required to be pledged with the Management before commencement of any swimming lessons. Subject to cause 9, this deposit will be refunded in full after a period of one year as per clause 4 or upon receiving from thee coaches a written request to the Management before the expiry of the one-year's period.
  9. The Management reserves the rights to forfeit the deposit and / or bar any coaches from continuing the lesson at any time if he / she breaches any of the above conditions. In the event when the security deposit is forfeited, the coach has to pledge another deposit of $100 before he/she is allowed to conduct swimming lessons in the estate.
  10. Coaches and Trainees must be properly attired in swimming apparels during the course of Swimming Lessons. Pajamas can be used only for conducting swimming lessons i.e. Survival Classes, with the supervision of the swimming instructor. No board shorts are to be worn as part of swimming attire.
  11. The coach/instructor and students must register their attendance at the Guardhouse each time before lesson commence.
  12. The schedule of all coaching sessions and the list of the trainees' particulars must be provided to the Management for approval. The coach/instructor must inform the Management of their lesson hours and days, and to check on the availability of such time and days before commencing lessons.
  13. The Management must be notified when you cease lesson sessions in Evergreen Park.
  14. The coach/instructor must register at Guard House and surrender their Identity Cards in exchange for a Visitor Pass each time they enter the estate. Coaches who drive to the Estate must park their vehicles in the Visitors' car park lots.
  15. The Management reserves the right to revoke permission granted without assigning any reason whatsoever and such decision will be final and not subject to challenge.
  16. The coach/instructor is not allowed to use any of the facilities and must leave the estate when session is over.
  17. Any coach who is in breach of the Rules and Regulation will be asked to leave the Pool at once and will be barred from Coaching in the Estate.
  18. Coaches shall not assign their duties to another coach without the Management's prior approval.
  19. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are permitted to conduct lessons.
  20. The Management reserves the rights to amend any of the above rules.

Tennis Court

  1. Playing Time:
    • Mondays-Sundays 7.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
  2. Prime Time::
    • Mondays - Friday : 5.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.
    • Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays : 7.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
  3. Booking:
    1. Strictly only residents with valid Resident's Passes are permitted to make bookings.
    2. Booking must be made in person and will be accepted on a first come-first serve basis.
    3. All bookings are not transferable.
    4. All residents' entitlement shall be one (1) hour per apartment per game per day subject to maximum of (3) hours of prime time per week.
    5. Booking may be made three (3) days in advance, inclusive of the day of booking. Current bookings are allowed subject to availability. However, repeated bookings by the same unit on the same day are prohibited.
    6. Residents who are unable to turn up for their session of play must inform the Facility Counter/Security at least one hour before the playing time.
    7. All persons are advised to leave the court during heavy rain and thunderstorm.
    8. In case of no-show, the booked hours will be forfeited after a grace of ten (10) minutes. The court may then be allocated to another resident on a first-come first-serve basis.
    9. Residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without making proper cancellation will be barred from making any booking for a period of fourteen (14) days commencing from the last day of the second cancellation.
    10. In event of rain, item (h) will not apply to tennis court bookings.
  4. Smoking, eating, gambling, pets or other activities, other than respective game are not permitted in the court.
  5. Players must be properly attired. Shoes and balls used must be of non-marking type. Any players found not complying with the rule will be barred from the court.
  6. Guests shall be accompanied by the residents throughout the use of the court who shall ensure that they comply with the rules and regulations. The maximum number of guests should not exceed three (3) persons per Resident's Pass.
  7. Residents will be held responsible for any damage caused by themselves or their guests. Any damage caused by the previous player must be reported to the Security Officer immediately before commencement of the game.
  8. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are permitted to conduct lessons in this facility.

Gymnasium

  1. The gymnasium is open from 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. daily.
  2. The gymnasium is for the exclusive use of the residents only. No guest is allowed to use the facility.
  3. Residents must produce their valid Resident's Pass and sign in/out for the use of the facility.
  4. Residents should read the instructions provided before using the equipment in the gymnasium. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment to avoid accidents and damages.
  5. Residents are advised to consult a medical practitioner before using the facilities. The Management will not be responsible for any mishap arising from the use of the equipment.
  6. Children under twelve (12) years of age are not permitted in the gymnasium. Children between twelve (12) and eighteen (18) years of age must be accompanied by adults when using the equipment in the gymnasium.
  7. Eating, drinking and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  8. Residents using the facility must be properly attired. Bathing suits and street shoes are strictly prohibited.
  9. Audio and video equipment is strictly prohibited.
  10. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment in the gymnasium and such equipment must be returned to their proper places after use. No equipment is to be removed from the gymnasium.
  11. Each resident must bring along a towel for hygiene purposes.
  12. Residents shall not meddle with the ventilation for this facility.

Children's Playground

  1. Children under eight (8) years of age must be accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for the children's behaviour in the playground.
  2. All persons are advised to leave the playground during heavy rain and thunderstorms.
  3. No food and drinks are allowed in the playground.
  4. Noisy, rough or dangerous play will not be permitted at the playground.
  5. While the Management will take every precaution to ensure the safety of the play equipment, it cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage to any personal property, injury or death arising from carelessness or negligence on the part of the person(s) concerned, or arising from failure to abide by the rules and regulations.

Function Room

  1. Opening Time
    • Mondays - Fridays, Sundays & Public Holidays:
      Session A : 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
      Session B : 4.00 pm to 10.00 pm
    • Saturdays:
      Session A : 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
      Session B : 4.00 pm to 12.00 am
    • Eve of Public Holidays:
      Session A: 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
      Session B: 4.00 pm to 12.30 am
  2. Booking:
    • Strictly only residents above the age of sixteen (16) years with validResident's Passes are permitted to book the Function Room.
    • Bookings must be made in person up to one (1) month in advance at the Facility Counter. All reservations will be on first-come-first serve basis and will be confirmed only after the completed form is submitted and accepted, with a refundable deposit of $100 made in cheque payable to "THE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2521".
    • Current bookings are allowed subject to availability.
    • Residents are required to undertake to comply with the Rules and Regulations as stipulated in the application from before any approval may be granted.
    • Cancellation of Bookings shall be made at least one (1) week before the date booked.
    • All bookings are not transferable.
    • Each household unit is entitled to book only one (1) session per thirty (30) days.
    • Residents are not allowed to book the Function Room and Barbecue Pit on the same day.
  3. The number of guests is limited to sixty (60). It is advisable that a guest list be given to the Management to facilitate security control and guests' easy access into the Condominium.
  4. Residents who made the booking will be responsible for the cleanliness of the above facilities and its surroundings. All waste or other refuse must be disposed of into watertight plastic bags and deposited into litter bins provided. Bulk refuse must be removed out of the Condominium by the resident concerned at his own cost.
  5. The Function Room shall be used for specific purpose stated in the application form. Commercial, religious or political, company gathering or other illegal activities are not permitted. Residents must obtain proper licence/ permit from the relevant authorities for holding the function where necessary.
  6. Live band, mobile disco or hi-fi systems are not permitted. Only portable component of approved type can be used provided there is no complaint from other users and residents. The Management reserves the right to authorize the removal of any of these equipment it deems fit.
  7. The resident host shall ensure that his guest do not create any noise, nuisance or misconduct that may interfere with the peaceful enjoyment or cause annoyance to other residents.
  8. Cooking of food in the Function Room is strictly prohibited.
  9. Due care must be taken while decorating the Function Room. All chairs, tables, equipment or decoration brought into the room must be removed on the same day. Banners, posters, notices, stickers, signages or advertisement are not allowed to be placed or displayed in the Function Room or the passageway leading to the Function Room.
  10. Residents shall be responsible for any damages and shall pay for all costs and expenses incurred by the Management for making good such damages.
  11. The Management reserves the right to disallow further use of the facility for residents who have infringed any of the rules and regulations stipulated herein for a period of two (2) months commencing from the last use.
  12. Usage of the Function Room shall be confined within its premises unless approved by the Management.
  13. The Management reserves the rights to make deductions from the refundable deposit should there be damages caused to the facility or breach of the rules contained herein.

Barbecue Pits

  1. Opening Time
    • Mondays - Fridays, Sundays & Public Holidays:
      Session A : 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m
      Session B : 4.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
    • Saturdays & Eve of Public Holidays:
      Session A : 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
      Session B : 4.00 pm to 11.00 pm
  2. Booking:
    • Strictly only residents above the age of sixteen (16) years with valid Resident's Pass are permitted to book the Barbecue Pits.
    • Bookings must be made in person up to one (1) month in advance at the Facility Counter. All reservations will be on first-come-first served basis and will be confirmed only after the completed application form is submitted and accepted, with a refundable deposit of $100 made in cheque payable to "THE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2521".
    • Residents are required to undertake to comply with the Rules and Regulations as stipulated in the application form before any approval may be granted.
    • Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least one (1) week before the date booked.
    • All bookings are not transferable.
    • Each household unit is entitled to book one (1) pit per session per thirty (30) days.
    • Current bookings may be accepted if the Barbecue Pit is not in use.
  3. The number of guests is limited to thirty (30).
  4. Setting up of tents or camping overnight is not permitted.
  5. Highly flammable equipment and portable barbecue burners are not permitted at the Barbecue Pit.
  6. Live Bands or mobile discos are not permitted unless authorized by the Management.
  7. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the barbecue area provided there are no complaints from other users and residents and the Management reserves the right to authorize the removal of any of these equipment it deems fit.
  8. The resident host shall ensure that there should not be excessive noise or nuisance caused to other residents.
  9. Residents and their guests must ensure that the barbecue pits and its surroundings are left in a clean and tidy condition after use.
  10. The resident shall comply with these Rules and Regulations in respect of the Barbecue Pits and its facilities to the satisfaction of the Management. Inspection of the barbecue area shall be carried out by Management/Facility Guard to determine whether there has been such compliance. The Management reserves the right to make deductions from the refundable deposit and/or refuse further bookings for a period of two (2) months for non-compliance of any of the above. All costs incurred in cleaning the area or to rectify any damage done shall be borne by the resident concerned on an indemnity basis.
  11. All unwanted/leftover food, litter, etc. must be disposed into trash bins provided. Washing of barbecue utensils, equipment, cutlery or crockery is not allowed at the barbecue area or on pool deck. In the event that the trash bins are full, resident shall provide their own refuse container into which all litter, waste food, etc. are to be disposed of.
  12. Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used at the barbecue area.

Foot Reflexology Path

  1. It is for the use of residents who should exercise due care when using the facility.
  2. Residents using the foot reflexology path early in the morning and late at night should refrain from loud talking or creating unnecessary noise or nuisance.
  3. Due care must be exercised when using the foot reflexology path to avoid accidents and damages.
  4. Residents are advised to consult medical practitioner before using the facility. The Management will not be held responsible for any mishap arising from the use of foot reflexology path.
  5. Wearing of shoes or socks is not permitted when using this facility.
  6. No bicycles, tricycles or any other moving equipment are to be placed or played on the footpath.

Basketball Practice Area

  1. The court is opened from 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. daily.
  2. Players must be properly attired and must wear clean and non-marking basketball shoes.
  3. Eating and smoking in the basketball court is prohibited.
  4. The Management shall be at liberty to add new clauses or amend existing ones as and when necessary.
  5. The Basketball Court is solely meant for residents' use. No competition or coaching or group practice is allowed.
  6. Players do not have exclusive use of Court.

Fitness Corner

  1. It is for the use of residents who should exercise due care when using the facility.
  2. Residents using the fitness corner early in the morning and late at night should refrain from loud talking or creating unnecessary noise or nuisance.
  3. Due care must be exercised when using the fitness corner to avoid accidents and damages.
  4. Residents are advised to consult medical practitioner before using the facilities. The Management will not be held responsible for any mishap arising from the use of the fitness corner.

Reading Room

  1. The Reading Room is open from 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. daily.
  2. Only residents and their Guests may use the Reading Room. Guest using the room must be accompanied by their host/ hosts who shall ensure that their Guests comply with the rules and regulations contained herein. The maximum number of Guests per household shall not exceed TWO (2) at any one time.
  3. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for the children's proper behaviour and safety.
  4. For hygiene purpose, residents who are perspiring due to physical exercise are not allowed to use the Reading Room.
  5. All reading materials must not be removed from the Reading Room.
  6. No food and drink is allowed in the Reading Room.
  7. Pets are out of bound in the Reading Room.
  8. All litters must be disposed of in the receptacles provided.
  9. All persons using the Reading Room must be properly dressed.
  10. Residents shall ensure that their Guests do not create any noise or nuisance or misconduct likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment or cause annoyance to other residents.
  11. Residents shall be responsible for any damage and shall pay for all costs and expenses incurred by the Management for making good such damages.
  12. The Management reserves the right to disallow further use of the facility for residents who infringed any of the rules and regulations stipulated herein for a period of TWO (2) months commencing from the last usage.

Riverview Terrace

  1. The Riverview Terrace is open from 7.00 am to 11.00 pm daily.
  2. Residents using the Riverview Terrace early in the morning and late at night should refrain from loud talking or creating unnecessary noise or nuisance.
  3. The Management shall be at liberty to add new clauses or amend existing ones as and when necessary.
  4. It is for the use of residents who should exercise due care when using the facility.

Pool Gallery

  1. The Pool Gallery is open from 7.00 am to 11.00 pm daily.
  2. Residents using the Pool Gallery early in the morning and late at night should refrain from loud talking or creating unnecessary noise or nuisance.
  3. The Management shall be at liberty to add new clauses or amend existing ones as and when necessary.

Chill-Out Corner

  1. The Chill-Out Corner is open from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm daily.
  2. Residents using the Chill-Out Corner early in the morning and late at night should refrain from loud talking or creating unnecessary noise or nuisance.
  3. All litters must be disposed of in the receptacles provided.
  4. The Management shall be at liberty to add new clauses or amend existing ones as and when necessary.
  5. It is for the use of residents who should exercise due care when using the facility.

By-Laws Of Evergreen Park

Car Parking

  1. An owner or lessee who occupies an apartment in Evergreen Park and owns a vehicle shall be entitled to a car park label.
  2. A car park label shall be issued only after an application has been made to and approved by the Management.
  3. The categories of car park labels are as follow:
    1st Car : Adhesive label affixed on the transponder
    2nd & 3rd Car : Label
  4. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof of ownership and residence i.e., Vehicle Registration Book, Company Certification Letter (for company car), Lease Agreement (if tenanted), insurance, etc. Residents are also required to update their addresses in the vehicle log books before the collection date.
  5. For 2nd, 3rd and 4th cars, application is on a first-come-first-serve basis and subject to the availability of car park lots. In the event of shortage of car park lots, balloting shall be carried out. A monthly parking fee of $47.00 ($50.29 including GST) is payable for the 2nd car and at $60.00 ($64.20 including GST) is payable for the 3rd and 4th car. All fees shall be payable on quarterly basis.
  6. The Management reserves the right to reject any car park label application at its discretion. Applications, if approved, are subject to cancellation at the Management's discretion. The Management's decision shall be final.
  7. The car park is strictly not transferable.
  8. A resident is required to notify the Management when he has changed his vehicle so that a fresh car park label can be issued in exchange of the old one.
  9. Loss of car park transponder/ label must be reported to the Management in writing immediately. The replacement cost for each lost or defaced transponder is $S50.00.
  10. The car park label shall be displayed prominently on the front windscreen, on the driver's side of the vehicle.
  11. Only vehicles with valid car park label will be entitled to a car park lot designated for use by residents.
  12. Vehicles shall park within the confines of the car park lots.
  13. Handicap car parking lots are designated exclusively for its proper use only.
  14. Visitors' vehicles are not to be parked overnight within the precincts of Evergreen Park unless prior written notice has been given and written approval has been obtained thereof from the Management or Security Supervisor.
  15. Visitors' vehicles are to be parked at car park lots designated for visitors.
  16. All vehicles parked in the estate are parked at the owners' risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any theft, damage or misdemeanour caused to the vehicles and/ or their contents.
  17. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to the fittings and fixtures in the car park and shall be liable should any damage be caused.
  18. All rules and regulations governing car parking shall be observed at all times.

Wheel Clamping

  1. A subsidiary proprietor shall not park or leave any vehicle on the common property without the approval of the Management.
  2. Any vehicle that is parked in a reserved car park lot must display at all times, a valid car park label issued for that vehicle and for the apartment unit, otherwise one or more of its wheels will be locked by a wheel-clamping device.
  3. Any vehicle that is parked in an unauthorized area or in any manner causing obstruction or in such manner as to amount to a violation of the rules herein is liable to have one or more of its wheels locked by a wheel-clamping device.
  4. The Management shall not be liable for any damages howsoever caused to any vehicles immobilized by its agents or anyone so authorized arising from the breach of the By-Laws.
  5. The registered owner/ driver of any vehicle immobilized shall pay a fee of S$100.00 (excluding GST) to have the wheel-clamping device removed, failing which the vehicle shall remain immobilized with an additional surcharge of $50.00 (excluding GST) per day.
  6. If the vehicle is parked with the wheel clamp overnight or for more than one day, the wheel clamp shall only be removed on payment of a surcharge of $50.00 (excluding GST) per day in addition to the aforesaid payment.
  7. All unauthorized vehicles parked at the building or illegal parking will be clamped. An administrative fee of $100.00 on each occasion will be charged to release the clamp. The Management shall not be responsible for any damage(s) caused to the vehicle during the course of clamping.

Overnight Parking By Visitors

  1. A visitor's pass shall be issued to a subsidiary proprietors' visitor upon the entry of Evergreen Park. Visitor's pass shall be displayed visibly on the windscreen dashboard.
  2. Visitors are allowed day parking only. Overnight parking requires registration with the security guards with name, IC number, and address of visitor and subsidiary proprietor's Evergreen Park unit number. Otherwise, it will be clamped after 12.00 am in the morning. Absolute discretion is given to the Management for any special provision.
  3. Car parking at the premises is at your own risk.

Bicycle Parking

  1. Only bicycles registered with the Management are allowed at the bicycle racks provided and that these are parked at owners' own risk.
  2. Residents are not allowed to leave their bicycles at the common area except at the bicycle racks, subject to availability.
  3. The Management shall remove any bicycle left at the common property.
  4. The Management shall not be responsible for any theft or damage to the bicycles parked at the bicycle racks provided.

By-Laws Governing the Use of Car Park Driveway

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or occupier of a lot shall at all times observe and abide by the vehicular traffic direction whilst driving in the estate and shall not drive the motor vehicle in such a manner against the traffic direction or any other manners that endanger the safety of other subsidiary proprietors, occupiers or visitors; and
  2. Any subsidiary proprietor or occupier who is in breach of clause (a) above will be served with a first reminder letter. For repeated offenders, a total of 2 more reminders including 1 final warning letter will be given. If the offender continues to be in breach of the aforesaid by-law after the final warning letter is issued, the Management Council shall, after convening a Council Meeting, decide at its sole discretion to proceed with legal action to compel the recalcitrant subsidiary proprietor or occupier concerned to comply with this by┬Člaw.
  3. And in the event that legal action is decided by the Management Council to apply to the court for an order to restrain the breach of this by-law in accordance with section 32(10) of the Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act 2004 ("BMSM Act 2004"), the defaulting subsidiary proprietor or occupier shall pay all costs and expenses including legal costs on an indemnity basis and solicitor and client basis to be incurred by the Management Corporation and, should the costs remain unpaid after 30 days from the date of invoice sent to the defaulting subsidiary proprietor or occupier, the outstanding monies shall be recovered as a debt by the Management Corporation under the provisions of the BMSM Act 2004.

Inter-Floor Water Seepage

  • A Subsidiary Proprietor who suspects that there is water seepage in his unit is to inform the Management as soon as possible and an inspection by the Management Office or its representative will be carried out. Should it be established that the water seepage is coming from the upper floor unit, the Management Office will write to the Subsidiary Proprietor of the upper floor unit and he/she will be given 7 days, from the date of the letter from the Management Office, to engage the service of a licence plumber to confirm the source of the water seepage and to keep the Management Office informed of the outcome.
  • Should the water seepage is confirmed to be originating from the upper floor unit, the Subsidiary Proprietor concerned will be given 10 days from the date of being informed by the Management Office (Notification Date) to rectify the defect if he/she is doing spot repair on the seepage area. Should the Subsidiary Proprietor decide to re-run/repair all the pipes in the unit or to re-waterproof the affected area, he/she will be given 21 days from the Notification Date to complete the rectification works.

Prescribed By-Laws 2nd Schedule Of Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act

Obstruction of common property

  • A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not obstruct the lawful use of the common property by any person, except on a temporary and non┬Črecurring basis.
  • If the management corporation has specified, by resolution, the manner in which furniture or large objects are to be transported through or on common property, a subsidiary proprietor shall not transport any furniture or large object through or on common property except in accordance with that resolution.

Prescribed By-Laws From The Second Schedule of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004

Noise

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not create any noise on a lot or the common property likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of another lot or of any person lawfully using the common property.

Vehicles

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not:
      park or leave; or
      Permit any invitees of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier to park or leave any motor vehicle or other vehicles on the common property except with the prior written approval of the management corporation.
  2. The management corporation shall not unreasonably withhold its approval to the parking or leaving of a motor vehicle on the common property.

Apportionment of Payment Received from Subsidiary Proprietors

All payments made by a subsidiary proprietor shall be applied strictly in the following manner and the subsidiary proprietor shall have no rights to request otherwise.

  1. Firstly, in payment of all outstanding legal costs on an indemnity basis owing to the Management Corporation by the subsidiary proprietor;
  2. Secondly, in payment of all outstanding interest;
  3. Thirdly, in payment of all outstanding levies other than management and sinking funds;
  4. Fourthly, in payment of all outstanding contributions to the management fund;
  5. Lastly, in payment of all outstanding contributions to the sinking fund.

Damage to lawns, etc., on common property

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not, except with the written approval of the management corporation or as permitted by an exclusive use by-law made under section 33 of the Act for his benefit
(a) Damage any lawn, garden, trees, shrub, plant or flower being part of, or situated on, the common property; or
(b) Use for his own purposes as a garden any portion of the common property.

Damage to common property

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage or deface, any structure that forms part of the common property except with the written approval.
  2. An approval given by the management corporation under paragraph (1) shall not authorize any additions to the common property.
  3. This by-law shall not prevent a subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot, or a person authorized by such subsidiary proprietor or occupier from installing: -
    • Any locking or other safety device for the protection of his lot against intruders or to improve safety within that lot;
    • Any screen or other device to prevent entry of animals or insects on the lot;
    • Any structure or device to prevent harm to children; or
    • Any device used to affix decorative items to the internal surfaces of walls in the subsidiary proprietor's or occupier's lot.
  4. Any such locking or safety device, screen, other device or structure must be installed in a competent and proper manner and must have an appearance, after it has been installed, in keeping with such guidelines as the management corporation may prescribe regarding such installations, and with the appearance of the rest of the building.
  5. The subsidiary proprietor and occupier of a lot:
    • Maintain and keep in a state of good and serviceable repair any installation or structure referred to in paragraph (3) notwithstanding that it forms part of the common property and services the lot; and
    • Repair any damage caused to any part of the common property by the installation or removal of any locking or safety device, screen, other device or structure referred to in paragraph (3) notwithstanding that it forms of the common property and services the lot.

Behaviour of subsidiary proprietors and occupiers

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot, when on a lot or the common property, shall be adequately clothed and shall not use language or behave in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of another lot or to any person lawfully using the common property.

Children playing on common property in building

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall take reasonable steps to ensure that any child, of whom he has control when playing upon the common property, shall not:
(a) Cause any damage to the common property; or
(b) Create any noise likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of another lot.

Behaviour of invitees

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that his invitees (including customers and staff) do not behave in a manner likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of another lot or of any person lawfully using the common property.

Depositing rubbish, etc. on common property

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not deposit or throw on the common property any rubbish, dirt, dust or other material o discarded item except with the prior written approval of the management corporation.

Drying of laundry items

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not, except with the prior written approval of the management corporation, hang any washing, towel, bedding, clothing or other article on any part of the parcel in such a way as to be visible from outside the subdivided building, other than at areas designated for the purpose and there only for a reasonable period.

Cleaning windows

A subsidiary proprietors or an occupier of a lot shall keep clean all exterior surfaces of glass in windows and doors on the boundary of the lot which are not common property, unless:
(a) The management corporation resolves that it will keep the glass or specified part of the glass clean; or
(b) That glass or part of the glass cannot be accessed by the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of the lot safely or at all.

Storage of flammable liquids, etc.

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not, except with the prior written approval of the management corporation, use or store upon his lot or upon the common property any flammable chemical, liquid, gas or other flammable material.
  2. This by-law shall not apply to chemicals, liquids, gases or other material used or intended to be used for domestic purposes, or any such chemical, liquid, gas or other material in a fuel tank of a motor vehicle or internal combustion engine.
  3. Nothing in this by-law authorizes any subsidiary proprietor or occupier of a lot to use or store upon his lot or upon the common property any flammable chemical, liquid, gas or other flammable material in a manner that would contravene any relevant written law applicable to the use or storage of such substances or materials.

Refuse disposal

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot within a strata title plan that has chutes or shared receptacles for the disposal of refuse or for recyclable material or waste shall:
    • Ensure that before any refuse, recyclable material or waste is thrown into the chute or receptacle it is:
      in the case of refuse, securely wrapped in plastic bags or other similar materials; or
      in the case of recyclable material or waste intended for recycling, separated and prepared in accordance with the applicable recycling guidelines; and
    • Not dispose of any large objects into the chutes which may obstruct the free fall of refuse in the chutes
  2. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot within a strata title plan that does not have any chute or shared receptacle for the disposal of refuse or for recyclable material or waste:
    • Shall maintain within his lot, or on such part of the common property as may be authorized by the management corporation, in clean and dry condition and (except in the case of receptacles for recyclable material) adequately covered;
    • Shall ensure that before refuse, recyclable material or waste is placed in the receptacle it is securely wrapped or, in the case of tins or other containers, completely drained or, in the case of recyclable material or waste intended for recycling, separated and prepared in accordance with the applicable recycling guidelines
    • For the purpose of having the refuse collected, shall place the receptacle within an area designated for that purpose by the management corporation and at a time not more than one hour before the time at which refuse, recyclable material or waste is normally collected;
    • When the refuse has been collected shall promptly return the receptacle to his lot or other area referred to in sub-paragraph;
    • Shall not place anything in the receptacle of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of any other lot except with the permission of that subsidiary proprietor or occupier; and
    • Shall promptly remove anything which he or the refuse or recycling collector may have spilled from the receptacle and shall take such action as may be necessary to clean the area within which that thing was so spilled.
  3. Nothing in this by-law requires any subsidiary proprietor or occupier of a lot to dispose of any chemical, biological, toxic or other hazardous waste in a manner that would contravene any relevant written law applicable to the disposal of such waste.

Keeping of animals

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not keep any animal upon his lot or the common property which may cause annoyance to the subsidiary proprietors or occupiers of other lots.

Duty to maintain lot

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall maintain his lot including all sanitary fittings, water, gas, electrical and air-conditioning pipes and apparatus thereof in a good condition so as not to cause annoyance to the subsidiary proprietors or occupiers of other lots.

Lot not to be used for purpose injurious to reputation of building

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not use his lot for any purpose (illegal or otherwise) which may be injurious to the reputation of the subdivided building.

Changes in use of lot to be notified

A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot, without delay, should notify the management corporation if the subsidiary proprietor or occupier changes the existing use of the lot.

Prevention of fire and other hazards

  1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not do any thing or permit any of his invitees to do any thing on the lot or common property that is likely to affect the operation of fire safety devices in the parcel or to reduce the level of fire safety in the lots or common property.
  2. Subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not do any thing or permit any of his invitees to do any thing on the lot or common property that is likely to create a hazard or danger to the owner or occupier of another lot or any person lawfully using the common property.
  3. Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (2), a subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not place, put up or display any article or object on or by any window or on any balcony of, or outside, the lot in a manner which is likely to cause any damage to property or injury to life to any person lawfully using the common property.

Control on hours of operation and use of facilities

  1. The management corporation may, by special resolution, make any of the following determinations if it considers the determination appropriate for the control, management, administration, use or enjoyment of the common property, comprised in its strata title plan:
    • That commercial or business activities may be conducted on the common property only during certain times;
    • That facilities situated on the common property may be used only during certain times or on certain conditions.
  2. Every subsidiary proprietor and occupier of a lot shall comply with a determination referred to in paragraph (1)

Provision of amenities or services

  1. The management corporation may, by special resolution, determine to enter into arrangements for the provision of all or any of the following amenities or services to one or more of the lots, or to the subsidiary proprietors or occupiers of one or more of the lots comprised in its strata title plan:
    • Security services;
    • Garbage disposal and recycling services
    • Cleaning or domestic services;
    • Promotional services or advertising
  2. If a management corporation makes a resolution referred to in paragraph (1) to provide an amenity or service to a lot or to the subsidiary proprietor or occupier of a lot, the management corporation must indicate in the resolution the amount for which, or the condition on which, it will provide the amenity or service.