House Rules

These rules and regulations which constitute the By-Laws of the Condominium are intended to promote harmonious communal living for residents and to protect all residents from annoyance and to preserve the reputation and prestige of the Condominium thereof, thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities.

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 Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act, 2004 (BMSMA).

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.

Preliminary

1.1 These rules and regulations which constitute the By-Laws of the Condominium are intended to promote harmonious communal living for residents and to protect all residents from annoyance and to preserve the reputation and prestige of the Condominium thereof, thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities. Objective
1.2 For the period from the formation of the Management Corporation to the First Annual Meeting of the Management Corporation, Tanjong Rhu Properties Private Limited as the Developers of the Condominium shall have the authority (but not an obligation) to enforce these By-Laws and to make such additions and amendments to them as the Developers shall in its absolute discretion deem fit for the better administration and enjoyment of the Condominium and its facilities. After the First Annual Meeting has been convened, the authority and enforcement of these By- Laws shall lie with the Management Council of the Management Corporation. Developers
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1.3 The Owner of an Apartment and his family, authorised occupiers of an Apartment, tenants and members of their household, visitors, servants and invitees shall be bound by these By-Laws while they are present in the Condominium and the Owner shall ensure that such persons conduct themselves in accordance with these By-Laws while they are in the Condominium. The Management believes that the enforcement Procedure below will result in greater community awareness of reasonable conduct that all unit owners have the right to expect from each other. Administration Charges shall be imposed for violation of any of the By-Laws, according to the following schedule:

1st Violation – Written warning
2nd Violation of the same by-law – $100.00
3rd Violation and thereafter of the same by-law – $ 200.00 increasing by $100.00 for every subsequent violation

(Any amount collected will be channeled to the management fund, and the amount is inclusive of GST)

If the violator is a guest or occupant of the apartment, the Owner of the Apartment will be provided with copies of all correspondences pertaining to the violation. The Owner of the Apartment is ultimately liable for all violations by the guests or occupants of the Apartment of the Owner.
Compliance
1.4 In respect of the By-Laws set out hereinafter, the words:- Definitions
(a) "Condominium" shall mean Apartment, Buildings, Common Areas and Common Property of The Waterside.
(b) "Apartment" or "Apartments" shall mean each flat unit or flat units in the Condominium.
(c) "Building" or "Buildings" shall mean each building or buildings in the Condominium, including the block or blocks of Apartments, recreation and/or administration building.
(d) "Common Area" or "Common Areas" shall mean any area or areas in the Condominium not within an Apartment.
(e) "Management" shall mean the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 1801 and includes any persons, organisation and management council approved to manage the Common Areas of the Condominium.
(f) "Common Property" shall mean any property in the Common Areas belonging to the Management.
(g) "Developers" shall mean Tanjong Rhu Properties Private Limited.
(h) "Owner" shall mean the proprietor or proprietors of an Apartment or Apartments in the Condominium and shall include members of his family and authorised occupiers.
(i) "Resident" or "Residents" shall be the Owner or Owners of an Apartment or Apartments in the Condominium, or tenants of the Apartment(s) or (if they are not Singapore residents) their appointed local agent, as the case may be residing in the Condominium and registered with the Management.
1.5 The House unanimously resolved by way of special resolution that the Staff from Management Office, and Security Officers be allowed to take photographs of offenders as evidence. Photo taking

Use And Occupation Of Apartment

2.1 a. Every owner who is not a resident in Singapore shall appoint a local agent, provided that if the person occupying the Owner's Apartment is a member of the Owner's family, such a person being an adult (ie. over 18 years of age) shall be deemed to be the local agent of the owner. Appointment of Agent Appointment of Agent
b. Any Owner (not a resident in Singapore) who appoints or has a local agent shall notify the Management in writing of the name, address and telephone number of the local agent and confirm to the Management the nature and scope of the authority given to the local agent prior to letting the local agent act on his behalf in any matter relating to his Apartment. In the event of such notice not being given to the Management, the Management reserves the right, at its discretion, not to recognise the authority of the local agent to act on behalf of the Owner concerned, without being liable for any damages whatsoever thereof.
c. Every Owner who is not a resident of Singapore shall if his local agent is not occupying the Owner's Apartment ensure that his appointed local agent conduct periodic inspections of the Owner's Apartment and assume responsibility for the contents therein.
d. References to the Owner herein shall where appropriate refer to the local agent of any Owner who is not a resident of Singapore.
2.2 a. No livestock or other animals whatsoever shall be allowed or kept in the Apartment or any Building or any part thereof provided that dogs, cats and other household pets of a reasonable number and a small breed suitable for rearing in an Apartment may be kept by a Resident in his/her respective Apartment. However, in the event that any such pet should become or cause a nuisance or disturbance to any other Resident of the Building in which they are kept or to any person within Condominium, the Resident keeping such pet shall upon notice given by the Management forthwith permanently remove the pet from the Building.
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b. Every Resident who keeps a pet in an Apartment in accordance with the foregoing clause shall ensure that the pet does not soil the Common Areas or any part therein.
c. anyway whatsoever at all times, provided that if the pet does soil the Common Areas or any part thereof, the Resident concerned shall ensure
that the Common Area is properly cleaned as soon as possible.
d. Every Resident shall ensure that all dogs and other animals which may attack or cause bodily harm to or which may be a source of nuisance or annoyance to any person within the Condominium, brought to the Common Areas (whether by themselves, members of their family, their visitors, servants or invitees) must be kept on a leash and be under the control of a responsible adult person at all times.
e. Pets shall not be allowed in the clubhouse and recreational areas like the swimming pool, pooldeck, tennis and squash courts, function rooms, barbecue huts etc. under any circumstances.
f. Passenger Lift user with dog leashed and muzzled (if applicable by law) must have consent of passengers already inside the Passenger Lift before entry to share use of the Passenger Lift.
g. Sick dog or dog with foul or stinking smell is not allowed in Passenger Lifts; they should use the Service Lift or the staircase.
h. For the first offence, an administrative charge of S$100.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed on any Resident (including members of their family, their visitors, servants or invites) found allowing their pet to soil the Common Property. For the second and subsequent offences, an administrative charge of S$300.00 (inclusive of GST) shall apply without further reference to the offender. Administrative charge
i. All dogs must be registered with the Management Office.
2.3 a. All potted plants shall be placed in containers to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto other Apartments, Common Property or Common Areas. Potted Plants
b. All Residents are to ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on or near the perimeter of the Apartment whereby they may be easily displaced and cause damage to the Common Property or Common Areas and/or injuries to other persons.
2.4 All Residents shall exercise due care when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls of an Apartment so as to prevent water from running down the exterior of a Building or into other Apartments. Cleaning
2.5 Once an Apartment is let out, the entitlement to the use of the Common Areas and Common Property and all the other facilities in the Condominium is automatically transferred to the tenant and the owner is no longer entitled to use these facilities. Transfer of right to use common facilities
2.6 No Resident is allowed to use any employee of the Management for any business or private errands. The management and maintenance staff of the Management are not authorised or allowed to accept delivery of packages, parcels, etc. of any kind on behalf of any Resident. Use of Management’s employees
2.7 Residents and/or their guests should refrain from physically and/or verbally abusing any and all employees of the MCST 1801. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their guests. If a resident has a feedback or complaint to make, he should register it in writing to the Honorary Secretary or Chairman of the Management Council. Except as provided for in any applicable statutory law and without prejudice to the rights of the offended party, violation of the above by-law shall attract the following penalties:

1st Violation - $100
2nd Violation - $200

Additional $100 for each and subsequent violation (for example, the fine for the 5th violation shall be $500) (The amount collected shall include GST)
Residents’ Behaviour towards Management’s employees
2.8 No soliciting of goods and services, or religious or political activities shall be permitted in the Condominium.
2.9 Private parties are limited to the function/multi-purpose rooms, barbecue huts and within an Apartment only. Private functions
2.10 Every Resident shall :
a. Permit the Management and their agents or contractors at all reasonable Access for times and on reasonable notice being given (except in case of emergency when no notice is required) to enter his Apartment for the purpose of :- Access for repair
(i) maintaining, repairing or renewing sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts used or capable of being used in connection with the enjoyment of any other Apartment or the Common Property and/or Common Area;
(ii) inspecting, maintaining and repairing the Common Property and/or Common Area; or
(iii) executing any work or doing any act reasonably necessary or in connection with the performance or its duties or the enforcement of these By-Laws affecting the condominium.
b. Repair and maintain his Apartment and keep it in a state of good repair in order that the Condominium may have a high standard of maintenance.
c. Ensure that his/her visitors or guests attending a function in the Condominium do not create any nuisance or disturbance whatsoever.
d. Seek the written consent of the Management before installing any television or radio antenna at the roof top or any external part of a Building.

Use Of Common Areas And Facilities In The Condominium

3.1

General

a. The Common Areas or any part thereof including the sidewalks, passages, lobbies, stairways and corridors must not be obstructed at any time, or used for any other purposes other than their designated usage. Any Resident responsible for any such obstruction shall forthwith upon receipt of notice from the Management cause such obstruction to be removed. Designated use
b. No refuse or personal property of any kind may be placed or stored in/on Common Areas save that a Resident may store his personal property in the storeroom allotted to him. Storage
c. All persons using the facilities of the Condominium must not indulge in any activity which may be offensive to other Residents or which may cause damage to any Common Property or the Common Areas. Every Resident shall use and enjoy the Common Property and the Common Areas in such a manner as not to interfere unreasonably with the use and enjoyment by other Residents. Any damage caused to Common Property or Common Areas by any Resident shall be assessed by the Management and the cost of repair and/or replacement therefor will be charged to the Resident responsible. Payment fordamage
d. It is intended that the exterior facade of the Buildings shall represent auniform appearance. As such, Residents shall not allow any projections to extend through any door or window openings or beyond the yard of the Apartments. No shade, awning or grille shall be used except those designs approved by the Management [and these should be fixed within an Apartment]. Projections
e. A Resident shall upon notice being given by the Management immediately remove at his own expense, any unauthorised structure/equipment/article/property placed in the Common Areas or any part thereof. Removal of unauthorised structures
f. All furniture and equipment placed and/or installed in the Common Areas have been provided for the safety, comfort and convenience of all
Residents and the Residents shall not damage or remove the same.
Use of furniture and equipment
g. Smoking in the elevator is strictly prohibited Smoking
h. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, accident or other damage or loss whatsoever occurring in any part of the Buildings and/or Common Areas or arising from or in connection with the use of any facilities in the Condominium. Injury
i. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities in the Condominium are specifically intended, no other games or activities (including compromising or obscene behaviour which may embarrass or annoy others) will be allowed in or about the Common Areas. Prohibition
j. Residents and their contractrs are not allowed to tap any water and/or electricity supply from the Common Areas for their own personal use. Tapping of supplies
k. Residents’ employees are not allowed to use the facilities in the estate without prior written approval from the Management. Restriction Use - Employees
l. Any person who breaches any By-Laws herein while using any facility in the Condominium shall be required to leave the facility areas immediately and, if he/she is a Resident, will be suspended from using the facilities of the Condominium for a period of time to be decided by the Management. Breach of By-Laws
m. The Management may at any time and from time to time by notice to the Residents reserve the whole or any part of the function/multi-purpose room or any part of the Common Areas without charge for the purpose of convening any Management meetings or functions. Management meetings or functions
n. The burning of incense paper, joss stick and candle is not permitted in the common areas. Proper containers must be used for the burning of incense paper. Residents will be required to pay for any damage caused to any property due to the burning of the incense paper, joss stick and candle. No shrine for any purpose whatsoever shall be erected on any part of the common property. Burning of incense paper, joss stick and candle
o. Fire-fighting equipment must not be used other than its intended purpose. Fire fighting equipment
p. No feeding of birds or stray animals is allowed in the common property. An administrative charge of S$100.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed on any Resident (including members of the Resident’s family, visitors, servants or invitees) found feeding birds or stray animals in the common property. Feeding of stray animals
q. Only coaches, commercial car washers or groomer who have registered and obtained written approval from the Management are permitted to conduct lesson/operate in The Waterside. All coaches/car washers/groomers must comply with the relevant rules and regulations as specified by the Management of The Waterside. Coaches, Commercial Car washers or Groomer

Disposal of Refuse

a. Loose or wet kitchen waste should be sealed in plastic bags before being Refuse disposed of through the refuse chutes.
b. Bulky refuse and breakable items such as glass bottles, etc should be brought to and disposed of at designated areas. Bulky refuse
c. Residents should arrange for unwanted furniture or other bulky items to be disposed out of the Condominium compound at their own cost and expense, eg. Through engaging the services of a removal contractor. Removal contractor
d. Flammable items, wet cement and other adhesive materials are not permitted to be thrown into the refuse chutes. In the event of such items being found to have originated from a particular Apartment, the Resident of that Apartment shall be liable for the cost of replacement or repair to the damage caused to the refuse chute, and for any other damage caused to any other person and/or Common Property and/or Common Area. Flammable items
e. An administrative charge of S$100.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed on any Resident (including members of their family, their vistors, servants or invites) found disposing, dumping or throwing any unwanted items or items at the Common Property other than at designated areas for the proper disposal of refuse. Administrative Charge

Bulk Delivery and House Removal

a. Bulk deliveries and house removal may be carried out during the following periods only:- Hours
(i) Mondays to Saturdays between 8.00am - 6.00pm.
(ii) Sundays and Public Holidays between 10.00am - 3.00pm.
b. Residents are required to inform the Management of their schedules for such delivery/removals, particularly on Sundays and Public Holidays. Notice
c. All delivery/removal contractors engaged to carry out such deliveries and removals must report to the security checkpoint prior to carrying out the work each day, failing which, the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to unknown persons, not being a Resident, whose reasons for being present in the Condominium cannot be verified. Contractors to report to security
d. All delivery/removal contractors of Residents who report at the security checkpoint must obtain identification passes and must wear their passes at all times whilst in the Condominium. The Management's security personnel shall have the right to question any person in the Condominium found without a pass. Identification passes
e. All deliveries/removals and workmen should use only lifts and staircases designated by the Management by prior arrangement so as not to inconvenience other Residents. Any packaging and crates removed must be disposed of by the Resident(s) concerned accordingly and at his cost. Use of lifts
f. No unwanted materials, debris, etc should be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other Common Areas, failing which, they will be removed by the Management and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the Resident concerned. Removal of debris
g. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to any part of the Common Areas, Common Property or the Building(s) during such delivery and/or removal. Any damage caused shall be rectified by the Resident concerned at his own cost forthwith upon receipt of notice to that effect from the Management. Damage to common area
h. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors while they are in the Condominium. Conduct of contractors
i. Residents are required to place a deposit of $500.00 with the Management before any bulk deliveries or house removal work are permitted. Deposit
j. The deposit of $500.00 shall be refunded to the Resident concerned without any interest thereon after deduction by the Management of any costs incurred by the Management to remedy any damage caused to the Common Property, Common Areas and/or Building(s) as a result of such bulk deliveries or house removal. Refund of deposit
k. No containers or big and heavy vehicles with unladen weight exceeding 3000kg shall be permitted to enter the Condominium. Restriction on vehicles’ entry

Car Park

a. Residents must obtain from the Management car parking disc(s) for all their motor vehicles parked in the Condominium. Car park disc(s) will be issued to Residents only. Parking disc
b. Each Apartment is entitled to only one car parking disc for parking of motor vehicles in the basement carpark of the Condominium. Additional car parking disc may be issued on a temporary basis to Residents of an Apartment for parking their 2nd and subsequent motor vehicles in the basement and surface carparks, subject to availability of car park lots and on a first come first served basis or through balloting. Charges for the parking of the 2nd and subsequent motor vehicles in the basement carpark will be levied at $30/month (subject to GST) and $40/per month (subject to GST) respectively. Surface carpark will be regulated, if necessary, where deemed fit in the Council’s discretion. Number of disc
c. All car park discs are not transferable to other motor vehicles unless the Management has been notified and has approved of the same. Not transferable
d. Only motor vehicles with valid car park discs are allowed to be parked in car park lots set aside for Residents. The basement car park is strictly for parking of cars by Residents only. Parking
e. Residents shall supply the Management with a copy of documentary evidence of ownership of their motor vehicles, i.e. vehicle log book or other evidence as the Management may require when they apply to the Management for car park discs. Evidence of ownership
f. Car park discs should be displayed on the right side of the front windscreen of the Residents' motor vehicles to enable easy identification by security personnel. Displaying of discs
g. Car parking areas are not to be used for recreation, storage or repair works by Residents. Prohibited use
h. Visitors of Residents are allowed to park their motor vehicles only at the designed visitors' car parking areas only. Visitors parking
i. ashing of motor vehicles should be carried out only at designated places. No excessive water or detergent may be used to wash the motor vehicles. Residents shall exercise every effort to prevent abuse of this privilege and to ensure that all By-Laws applicable to the use of the same are strictly complied with. Washing
j. A motor vehicle that is not parked in an authorised or designated parking lot, that is parked without a valid car park disc or that is parked in an indiscriminate or inconsiderate manner within the Condominium Immobilisation premises, (including but not limited to a motor vehicle that is parked in a disabled parking lot without displaying a valid disabled parking disc, or that occupies more than one designated parking lot, or a car that is parked in one or more motor cycle lot(s) or vice versa) may, at the absolute discretion of the Management, be immobilised by the use of wheel clamps.

The wheel clamps will be removed upon payment to the Management of an administrative charge of S$100.00 (inclusive of GST). If the vehicle is not removed within 24 hours, an additional administrative charge of $50.00 per day (inclusive of GST) or part thereof is payable.Payment is to be made during office hours. In addition, such a motor vehicle may be towed away and the costs of such towing, together with the fees for recovery or retrieval shall be paid before the motor vehicle is returned to its Owner or his/her authorised representative.
The Management shall under no circumstances be responsible for any loss or damage, howsoever caused, to any motor vehicle or any part or contents thereof which has been wheel clamped or towed.
Immobilisation / Removal of motor vehicle
k. All motor vehicles parked in the Condominium shall be parked at the owner's own risk. The Management shall not be liable for any theft, damage or other misdemeanour howsoever caused to motor vehicles and/or their contents therein. Risks

Function / Multi-Purpose Rooms

a. Function hours (per session) are available from 8.00 am to 12.00 noon, 1.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 11.00pm daily only. Hours
b. Only Residents above the age of eighteen (18) years who are registered with the Management are permitted to make bookings for use of the function/multi-purpose rooms. Bookings
c. Bookings for the use of the function/multi-purpose rooms can be made on-line via The Waterside website: thewaterside.com.sg.  Reservations are accepted up to thirty (30) days in advance.  All reservations will be on a first come first served basis. Bookings will be confirmed upon receipt of payment and deposit. Payment must be made by the next working day after booking, either at the Management Office during office hours or the Security Guardhouse after office hours. Making of bookings
d. All reservations for use of the function/multi-purpose rooms are not transferable. Not transferable
e. Residents of an Apartment shall be entitled to reserve Only one (1) function/multi-purpose room per session per month for their own use. Frequency of use
f. Residents of an Apartment are not allowed to reserve a function/multipurpose room as well as a barbecue hut for their own use on the same day. Dual booking
g. A charge of $100.00 (inclusive of GST) per session per room is payable on reservation. Charges
h. A refundable deposit of $400.00 shall be paid to the Management when reservation for use of the function/multi-purpose rooms is made. Deposit
i. The function/multi-purpose rooms should be left in a clean and undamaged condition as may be considered satisfactory by the Management after it has been used by Resident(s). If not, the Management shall be entitled to arrange for the cleaning and/or repair of the function/multi-purpose rooms as may be necessary and the cost thereof will be deducted from the said deposit before the balance thereof, if any, is returned to the Resident(s) concerned. In the event the cost of cleaning and/or repair exceeds the said deposit the Resident(s) concerned will have to forthwith upon receipt of notice from the Management reimburse the Management all additional costs incurred in this respect. Condition
j. The Resident(s) who made the reservation will be held responsible for the cleanliness of the function/multi-purpose room and its surroundings. All waste or other refuse must be disposed of using watertight plastic bags and deposited into litter bins provided. Bulky refuse must be removed from the Condominium forthwith by the Resident concerned at its own costs after the function. Disposal of waste
k. The function/multi-purpose rooms are not permitted to be used for commercial, religious, political or company gatherings or other illegal activities. Non permitted use
l. The number of guests permitted during any one function held in the function/multi-purpose room is limited to fifty (50). Number of guests
m. No live band or loud music including disco are permitted in the function/multi-purpose room unless authorised by the Management in advance. Live Band
n. Cancellation of booking must be made at least 3 days in advance, failing which, there will be no refund of payment for non-usage of the room. Cancellation
o. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, damage or loss howsoever sustained by the Residents and/or their guests during the use of the function/multi-purpose rooms. Injury
p. The function/ multi-purpose room may be used by residents for educational activities with commercial intent provided that these activities are held and meant for residents only and have been approved by the Management in writing. Commercial Use

Swimming Pools, Wading Pools & Jacuzzi

a. Swimming hours are from 6.00am to 10.00pm only. Hours 
b. Strictly no diving is permitted in the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Diving
c. Only Residents who are registered with the Management and their children and guests are permitted to use the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. All guests must be accompanied by Residents at all times. Each Resident of an Apartment shall be allowed to bring not more than four (4) guests at any one time. Persons permitted to use pool
d. Children, under the age of twelve (12) years, using the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult. Children
e. Persons suffering from any infectious disease or with bandages or open wounds of any kind are not permitted to use the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. The Management reserve the right to request such persons to leave the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi immediately should such persons be found to be using the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Persons with infectious disease
f. No pets, and large mats or floats (such as airbeds, surfboards, bulky inflatable toys and similar objects etc.) or other forms of activities, other than swimming, is permitted in the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi or their surrounding areas. Floats
g. Glassware and other breakable or sharp objects including glass masks or glass goggles are forbidden in the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi or their surrounding areas. Glass
h. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi area provided there are no complaints from other users and the Management reserves the right to request for the removal of any of these equipment should it deem fit. Radios
i. Food and drinks are not permitted in the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Food and drinks
j. All swimmers must be in proper swimming attire and suitable cover ups/bathrobes must be used while going to and away from the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Attire
k. Persons using the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi must take showers at the footbaths provided and remove any suntan lotion/oil from their bodies before entering the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Showers
l. During thunderstorms, all swimmers must leave the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Thunderstorm
m. The filtration plant and pump rooms of the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi are out of bounds to all persons. Pump room
n. Only qualified swimming coaches registered and approved by the Management are permitted to use the Swimming pools for conducting swimming lessons. Coaches
o. Swimming lessons may be conducted by coaches during off-peak periods only. Coaches are not permitted to conduct swimming lessons on Sundays and Public Holidays. Conduct of swimming lessons
p. The Management shall not be liable for any injury damage or loss sustained by Residents and their guests howsoever caused during the use of the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi. Injury
q. No lifeguard will be provided by the Management and all persons using the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi are strongly advised to take all necessary precautions when using the same. Lifeguard
r. The safety equipment provided around the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi shall be used only for rescue purposes. Safety equipment
s. All persons are required to dry themselves before leaving the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi area and changing rooms. No person wearing dripping wets attire shall go beyond the Swimming pools, Wading pools and Jacuzzi and changing room area. Wet attire

Saunas

a. Opening hours are from 6.00am – 10.00pm daily only. Hours
b. Only Residents who are registered with the Management are permitted to use the saunas. Persons permitted to use
c. Residents who wish to use the saunas should register themselves with the Management Office/guardhouse half an hour before using the saunas to facilitate the Management or security staff to turn on the heater. Registration
d. Residents must inform the security guard to switch off the saunas after using them. Notice to switch off
e. Residents are to take a shower before entering the saunas. Shower
f. Under no circumstances shall children below age of fifteen (15) be permitted to enter or use the saunas. Children
g. No spitting, urinating or defecating are allowed in the saunas. Prohibited use

Barbecue Huts

a. Barbecue hours (per session) are from 8.00am to 12 noon, 1.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 11.00pm daily only. Hours
b. Only Residents above the age of eighteen (18) who are registered with the Management are permitted to book the barbecue huts. Booking
c. Bookings can be made on-line via The Waterside website thewaterside.com.sg. Reservations may be made up to thirty (30) days in advance. All reservations will be on a first come first served basis. Bookings will be confirmed upon receipt of payment and deposit.  Payment must be made by the next working day after booking, either at the Management Office during office hour or the Security Guardhouse after office hours. Making of bookings
d. All bookings are not transferable. Not transferable
e. A charge of $30.00 (inclusive of GST) per session per hut is payable on reservation. Charges
f. A deposit of $50.00 shall be paid to the Management when reservation for the use of the barbecue hut is made. Deposit
g. Residents and guests must ensure that the barbecue huts and pits and the surroundings are left in a clean, tidy and undamaged condition after each barbecue session. If not, the Management shall be entitled to arrange for the cleaning and/or repair of the barbecue hut as may be necessary and the cost thereof will be deducted from the deposit of $50.00 before the balance thereof, if any, is returned to the Resident(s) concerned. In the event the cost of cleaning and/or repair exceeds the said deposit of $50.00 the Resident(s) concerned will have to forthwith upon receipt of notice from the Management reimburse the Management
for all additional costs incurred in this respect.
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h. Residents of an Apartment are entitled to book only one (1) barbecue hut per session per week for their own use. Frequency
i. No setting up of tents or camping overnight is permitted at the barbecue huts or anywhere in the Common Areas. Tents
j. Flammable liquids or gas and portable barbecue burners are not permitted at the barbecue huts or surrounding areas. Flammable material
k. No live band or loud music including disco are permitted unless authorised by the Management in advance. Live band
l. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the barbecue huts provided there are no complaints from other Residents and the Management reserves the right to order the removal of any of these equipment should it deem fit. Radios
m. All unwanted left over food, litter, charcoal, etc., must be disposed of in trash bins provided. Litter
n. Catered buffet spread and entertainment activities are not allowed in the barbecue huts or the surrounding area. Catered food
o. Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used in the barbecue huts or surrounding area. Hire of tables and chairs
p. Cancellation of booking must be made at least 3 days in advance, failing which, there will be no refund of payment for non-usage of the hut. Cancellation
q. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, damage or loss sustained by Residents and/or their guests, however caused, during the use of the barbecue facilities. Injury
r. The use of appropriate cooking equipment and utensil may be allowed in the barbecue hut with prior written approval from the Management. Cooking Equipments

Squash and Tennis Courts

a.   Playing times are from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily only. Hours
b.   Bookings are subject to the following conditions :- Conditions of Bookings
(i) Only residents who are registered with the Management are permitted to book the courts. Management are permitted to book the courts. Booking
(ii) Bookings can be made on-line via The Waterside website thewaterside.com.sg on a first come first served basis. Making of booking
(iii) All bookings are not transferable. Not transferable
(iv) Bookings by Residents of an Apartment are limited to a maximum of three one-hour-session per week for each type of court (ie. Squash and tennis). Frequency
(v) After the Residents’ entitlements to bookings for the week have been used up, current bookings of one-hour session may be made by residents in person at the Management Office during office hours or at the Security Guard House after office hours, subject to availability. Exhaustion of entitlement
(vi) For squash and tennis courts, advance bookings may be made up to three days in advance. Advance bookings
(vii) Bookings may be made for two courts of the same type (ie. Squash and tennis) on a single day provided that they are at different times of the day. Dual bookings
(viii) Bookings of tennis and squash courts can be made at the Management Office during office hours as follows :

Booking Hours
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 1.00pm
Sunday/Public Holidays No booking
Booking Hours
c.   General
(i) No smoking, drinking, eating, gambling, pets or other activities, other than the respective games are permitted in the courts. Smoking etc.
(ii) All players must be in proper attire for the game. Shoes and balls used must be of non-marking types. Any player found not complying with these By-Laws will be barred from using the courts. Attire
  (iii) Residents will not be permitted to use the courts without valid booking slips. Booking slips
  (iv) Residents must produce their booking slips for verification before the Management or security personnel will switch on the lights for the courts or permit the use of the courts. Production of booking slips
  (v) At least one Resident must be present at the courts when guests are playing. Residents of an Apartment may bring a maximum of three (3) guests at any one time. Resident to be present
  (vi) For the squash courts, only two (2) persons are permitted into each court at any one time. Children under the age of ten (10) years and are not accompanied by a responsible adult will not be permitted in the viewing gallery. Limit on number of persons in squash courts
  (vii) For the tennis courts, only six (6) persons are permitted in each court at any one time. Children under the age of ten (10) years and are not accompanied by a responsible adult will not be permitted in the viewing areas. Limit on number of persons in tennis courts
  (viii) Residents will be held responsible for any damage caused by their guests or themselves. Any damage caused by other players must be reported to the Management office immediately before the commencement of the game. Report of damage
  (ix) Players must vacate the courts when their session(s) of play end. Vacation of courts
d.   Only qualified coaches who are registered and approved by the Management are permitted to conduct lessons on the courts. Coaches
e.   The Management shall not be liable for any injury damage or loss sustained by Residents and/or their guests, howsoever caused, during the use of these courts. Injury

Gymnasium

a. Opening times are from 6.00am – 10.00 pm daily. Hours
b. Only Residents who are registered with the Management are permitted to use the gymnasium. Resident Use
c. Residents must be familiar with the use of the equipment in the gymnasium before using the same. For safety reason, users who are not familiar with the equipment must be accompanied by competent users. Use of equipment
d. Residents are required to obtain a separate access card to gain entry into the gymnasium. The Management will issue the access card to Residents on payment of a refundable deposit of $50.00 subject to one card per Apartment. A non-refundable fee of $30.00 (inclusive of GST) shall be chargeable on new access cards issued. Issue of access card
e. For security reason, Residents are required to register themselves before using the gymnasium. Registration
f. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Attire
g. Children aged 12 and below will not be permitted in the Gymnasium. Children under the age of sixteen (16) years are not permitted to use the gymnasium without proper supervision by responsible and competent adults. Children
h. Residents concerned will be responsible for any loss or damage caused. Loss
i. Residents are requested to place all equipment back in their proper places and tidy up the gymnasium after use. Tidy up
j. The main door of the gymnasium must be locked at all times. Residents should not open the door of the gymnasium to unauthorised users. Locking of door
k. No smoking or consumption of food and/or beverage is permitted inside the gymnasium. Smoking
l. Only qualified coaches who are registered and approved by the Management are permitted to conduct lessons in the gymnasium. Coaches
m. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, damage or loss sustained by Residents, howsoever caused, during the use of the gymnasium. Injury

Multi-Purpose Court

a. The courts shall be opened for use from: 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. Hours
b. The use of Multi-Purpose courts by non-residents is restricted. Restriction
c. Activities that may cause damage to the Multi-Purpose Court and safety hazard to other users are strictly not allowed. Damages

Renovation Of Apartments

4.1   Residents are required to place a $500.00 deposit with the Management prior to commencing any renovation in their Apartment involving the works set out in item 4.12 below. Such deposit will be refunded to the Residents without any interest thereon only after the deduction of all costs for rectifying all damage which Residents' renovation contractors have caused to the Common Areas/Common Property, including removal of debris. Should the amount which the Management is entitled to deduct exceeds the deposited amount, the Resident concerned shall be liable to pay the difference forthwith to the Management upon receipt of notice from the Management. Deposit
4.2   Renovation works should be carried out on Mondays to Fridays between 9.00am to 5.00pm only. Residents and/or their contractors must inform the Management of their schedules of work prior to commencing. Hours
4.3   All contractors/renovation workers must report to the security staff at the Guardhouse prior to carrying out the work each day, failing which, the Management reserves the rights to refuse entry to any unknown personnel whose reasons for being present in The Waterside cannot be verified. Contractors to report to security
4.4   All contractors/renovation workers must obtain identification passes from the Guardhouse and must wear their passes at all time whilst in the Condominium. Security personnel shall have the right to question any person in the Condominium (not being a Resident) found without a pass. Identification passes
4.5   All contractors/renovation workers should only use designated service lifts and staircases so as not to cause inconvenience to other Residents. Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed of properly by the Residents and/or the contractors/renovation workers each day. Use of lifts
4.6   All Residents and/or their contractors/renovation workers are not allowed Tapping of to tap water/electricity supply from the Common Areas. water etc.
4.7   No unwanted materials, debris, etc should be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other Common Areas in the Building failing which they will be removed by the Management and the cost thereof will be charged to the Resident concerned. Removal of debris
4.8   All renovation works should be confined to the boundaries of an Apartment. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams of an Apartment are strictly prohibited. Hacking
4.9   Adequate protection to the Common Area/Common Property must be provided by the Resident and/or their contractors/renovation workers during the delivery or removal of renovation materials by their contractor/renovation workers and during the renovation work. Protection of common areas
4.10   Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors and their renovation workers. Any damage caused to the buildings and Common Areas/Common Property whilst moving of furniture or other bulky articles shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the Residents concerned. Conduct of contractors
4.11   Residents renovating their Apartment shall ensure that the works to be carried out will not in any way affect the structures of the Building(s) nor will it in any way cause any nuisance to other Residents. No nuisance
4.12   Residents are required to place a deposit of $500.00 with the Management for the following renovation works : Works for which deposit required
    a. Alterations, additions or removal of wall and floor finishes. Wall and floor finishes  
    b. Demolition of walls, new partitioning, installation of windows and grilles. Demolition of walls etc.
    c. Repositioning of internal doors and walls. Internal doors  
    d. Installation of false ceilings. False ceilings
    e. Installation of built-in cabinets and other large fixtures. Build-in cabinet
    f. All wet works that involves bringing in of sand or cement. Sand
    g. All painting works other than those carried out by the Residents themselves; Painting
    h. Installation or additions and alterations to electrical and plumbing services. Electrical and plumbing
4.13   Residents must submit plans for renovations involving the works mentioned in item 4.12 above. The Management's written approval must be obtained prior to commencing such renovation. Plans for renovation
4.14   Residents shall ensure that adequate precautions are taken to prevent damages to concealed electrical wirings and sanitary piping and floor slabs in the Building(s). Electrical wiring
4.15   Resident(s) shall not at any time :- Prohibitions
  a. make any alterations to the windows installed in the external walls of an Apartment without having obtained the prior written approval of the Management; Windows
  b. make any alterations or additions to any yard of an Apartment without the prior written approval of the Management; Service Yard
  c. hack off beams, slabs and columns in an Apartment; Beams
  d. raise existing floor levels of an Apartment e.g. to split the level of any portion of the existing floor in an Apartment by adding concrete platforms; Floor level
  e. install awning or other sun-shading devices/projections outside an Apartment; Awnings
  f. make any alterations to the existing refuse chute hopper; Refuse chute 
  g. brick up or block up service ducts and/or pipes and windows; Service ducts
  h. install grilles at any common corridors or staircase landings outside the entrances of any Apartments; Grilles
  i. re-locate any front or back doors and windows of an Apartment; Doors and windows
  j. change the flooring outside any Apartment (eg. on the common lobby/corridor areas or staircase landing just outside the entrance of an Apartment); and Flooring outside apartment  
  k. make any changes to any Common Areas and/or Common Property. Common areas
4.16   Residents shall be responsible for any damage caused to other Apartments arising from or in connection with the renovations carried out in his/her Apartment. Damage to other apartments
4.17   Residents carrying out renovations to their Apartments shall ensure that their contractors/renovation workers :- Resident’s obligations
  a.  use the service lift or other lifts designated by the Management (by prior arrangement with the Management) during the renovation; Use of lift
  b. lay protective coverings on the floor surface of the interior of the lift and the lift and the floor surface leading to the lift (both on the ground floor as well as the floor of the Apartment being renovated) designated for their use during the renovation; and Protective coverings  
c. must not soil the Common Areas during the renovation. Not to soil common area

Resident Cards

5.1 A person who is :-
a. residing in the Condominium on a permanent basis and has his/her address in his/her National Identification Card an address in the Condominium; or Persons
required to register
b. the registered proprietor of an Apartment who has not leased out his Apartment. shall be entitled to apply for a Resident Card.
5.2 A registered proprietor of an Apartment which is a company shall not be entitled to a Resident Card. Only a person nominated by the Company to reside in the apartment shall be entitled to a Resident Card. Companies
5.3 Two (2) recent passport sized photographs must be submitted to the Management for each application for a Resident Card. Submission of photographs
5.4 Each Applicant must also submit a copy of satisfactory documentary evidence to prove his/her ownership of the Apartment concerned or their authority/entitlement to reside permanently in an Apartment at the time of registration. In the case of a tenant of an Apartment, a copy of the duly executed tenancy agreement must be submitted to the Management. Documentary evidence
5.5 A tenant or registered proprietor of an Apartment which is a company is required to submit an appropriate letter of authorisation to the Management before the Management will issue to the person nominated by them to reside in their apartment with a Resident Card. The name of such a person must be expressly mentioned in this letter. Tenant or company proprietor
5.6 A Resident Card once issued is not transferable. Not transferable
5.7 Residents’ maids and employees are not entitled to Resident Cards. Maids and employees
5.8 Four (4) free Resident Cards will be issued for each housing unit. Additional Resident Cards applied for over and above the free entitlement, will be issued at S$25.00 (inclusive of GST) per card. Entitlements
5.9 Damaged or lost Resident Cards may be replaced at the cost of S$25.00 (inclusive of GST) each. Replacement Cost
5.10 To replace a lost Resident Card, a letter confirming the loss of the Resident Card is required from the Resident concerned. Replacement of lost card
5.11 Visitors on temporary stay in the Condominium will not be eligible to apply for a Resident Card and will be treated during his/her stay in the Condominium, as a guest of a Resident. Visitors
5.12 Only a valid Resident Card will entitle the holder thereof to the use and booking of facilities in the Condominium. Booking for use of any of the facilities by proxy or telephone reservations will be accepted by the Management only if confirmed personally by the Resident concerned within twenty-four (24) hours of booking. Bookings of Facilities
5.13 A Resident Card will be automatically cancelled and invalidated when the holder thereof can no longer fulfil the requirements for the issue of a Resident Card set out herein or when it is lost or damaged beyond recognition. All such cards are to be returned to the Management (if possible) for cancellation. Invalidity
5.14 All Non-Residents except for full time maids, employees and guests of Residents must obtain identification passes from the Guardhouse and should wear their passes at all time in the Condominium. Security personnel shall have the right to question any person, who is not a Resident, found without a pass while in the Condominium. Identification passes

Security Access Cards And Basement Lockers

6.1 Subsidiary proprietors of an Apartment upon registration with the Management and on payment of a combined deposit of $200.00 will be issued with four (4) security access cards (i.e. 3 personal cards/resident cards and 1 vehicular card) and a basement locker with three (3) locker keys which are part of the Common Property. Issue of security access cards and basement locker
6.2 The deposit will be forfeited if the card is lost or damaged. Forfeiture of deposit
6.3 The basement locker is allocated to each apartment unit for use as a store and no animals, combustible, inflammable or dangerous articles must be kept in the locker. Storage
6.4 The locker shall be kept in good repair and condition and no addition or alteration is permitted. Addition and alteration
6.5 The Management will not be liable for any loss or damage to articles stored in the locker. Loss or damage
6.6 The Management will refund the deposit without any interest thereon only if the cards, locker rooms and locker keys are returned in good condition, fair wear and tear excepted. When an apartment is sold, all cards and locker room and locker keys (including duplicates) must be returned to the Management before the combined deposit is refunded. Refund of deposit
6.7 Where an apartment is tenanted, these cards and basement locker should be transferred to the tenant. Transfer of security access cards and basement locker

Prescribed By-Laws Of The Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act 2004

1   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. Noise
2  (1) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not - Vehicles
   (a)  park or leave; or
   (b) permit any invitees of the subsidiary proprietor or occupier to park or leave, any motor vehicle or other vehicle 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 or vehicle on the common property.
3 (1) 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-recurring basis. Obstruction of common property
(2) 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.
4  (1) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not, except with the prior 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 —
  Damage to lawns, etc., on common property
   (a) damage any lawn, garden, tree, 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.
5 (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 prior written approval of the management corporation.
  Alteration or damage to common property
(2) An approval given by the management corporation under paragraph (1) shall not authorise 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 authorised by such subsidiary proprietor or occupier from installing —
   (a) any locking or other safety device for protection of the subsidiary proprietor’s or occupier’s lot against intruders or to improve safety within that lot;
   (b) any screen or other device to prevent entry of animals or insects on the lot;
   (c) any structure or device to prevent harm to children; or
   (d) 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.
6  (1) The subsidiary proprietor and occupier of a lot shall —
   (a) 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
     (b) 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 part of the common property and services the lot.  
7  (1) 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. Behaviour of subsidiary proprietors and occupiers
8  (1) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that any child, of whom he has control when playing upon the common property, shall not —  
    Children playing on common property  
     (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.  
9  (1) 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. Behaviour of invitees
10  (1) 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 or discarded item except with the prior written approval of the management corporation. Depositing rubbish, etc., on common property
11  (1) 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. Drying of laundry
12  (1) A subsidiary proprietor 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 — Cleaning windows
     (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.  
13  (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. Storage of flammable materials
   (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 chemical, liquid, gas or other material in a fuel tank of a motor vehicle or internal combustion engine.  
   (3) Nothing in this by-law authorises 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.  
14  (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 —
Refuse disposal
     (a) ensure that before any refuse, recyclable material or waste is thrown into the chute or receptacle it is —  
       (i) in the case of refuse, securely wrapped in plastic bags or other similar materials; or  
       (ii) in the case of recyclable material or waste intended for recycling, separated and prepared in accordance with the applicable recycling guidelines; and  
     (b) not dispose of any large object 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 —  
   (a) shall maintain such receptacles within his lot, or on such part of the common property as may be authorised by the management corporation, in clean and dry condition and (except in the case of receptacles for recyclable material) adequately covered;  
   (b) 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;
     (c) 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;  
     (d) when the refuse has been collected, shall promptly return the receptacle to his lot or other area referred to in sub-paragraph (a);  
     (e) 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  
     (f) 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.  
15  (1) 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. Keeping of animals
16  (1) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall maintain his lot including all sanitary fittings, water, gas, electrical and airconditioning pipes and apparatus thereof in a good condition so as not to cause annoyance to the subsidiary proprietors or occupiers of other lots. Duty to maintain lot
    (2) 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. Lot not to be used for purpose injurious to building reputation
17   (1) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall, without delay, notify the management corporation if the subsidiary proprietor or occupier changes the existing use of the lot. Change in use of lot to be notified
18  (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. Prevention of fire and other hazards
    (2) A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall also 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.  
19  (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:  
    Control on hours of operation and use of facilities  
     (a) that commercial or business activities may be conducted on the common property only during certain times;  
     (b) 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).  
20  (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: Provision of amenities or services
    (a) security services;  
    (b) garbage disposal and recycling services;  
    (c) cleaning or domestic services;  
    (d) 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 conditions on which, it will provide the amenity or service.  

 

Disclaimer:-

While every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this attached information, the developer and its agents cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. All statements are believed to be correct but are not to be regarded as statements or representations of fact. All information is current at the time of going to press and is subject to change.