House Rules


10 MONT’ KIARA HOUSE RULES

REVISION 1.0 (AS PER 1ST AGM 26TH NOVEMBER 2011)

 

  1. Introduction
    1. General
      1. The purpose of these rules and regulations which constitute the House Rules of 10 Mont’Kiara is:
        • to govern the occupancy and usage of 10 Mont’Kiara;
        • to promote the harmonious occupancy of the individual parcels within 10 Mont’Kiara;
        • to protect all Residents from annoyance and nuisance caused by any improper use of the individual parcels within 10 Mont’Kiara; and
        • to preserve the reputation and prestige of 10 Mont’Kiara;

        thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities.

      2. These House Rules are formulated to serve as guidelines for governing the occupancy and usage of 10 Mont’Kiara. All Residents and Guests in 10 Mont’Kiara shall be bound by these rules pending the formation of the Joint Management Body pursuant to Section 2 of the Building and Common Property (Maintenance and Management) Act 2007 or the Management Corporation pursuant to Section 39 of the Strata Titles Act 1985 whereupon these House Rules may be adopted or superseded by new house rules set up by the Joint Management Body or the Management Corporation as the case may be. It is the Management’s desire to create awareness among all Residents that to achieve the common goal of communal living, the cooperation of all Residents in complying with all the rules and regulations is required.
      3. The Management has the full authority within the ambit of the law to enforce these House Rules as it deems fit and appropriate. Whilst the Management shall use its best endeavours to oversee the observance of these House Rules, the Management shall not be liable to any Residents or other persons for any breach of the House Rules or any act of indiscretion by any persons in relation to the Common Property or the Common Facilities. In the event of any ambiguity in the provisions of these House Rules, the interpretation of the Management will be final and conclusive.
      4. The Management may amend these House Rules from time to time. Suggestions are welcome from all Residents. Please put suggestions in writing to the Management, which reserves the right to accept or reject any suggestions.
    2. Definitions
      In these House Rules, unless the context otherwise requires, each of the following words or expressions shall have the meaning stated against it below:

      1. “Any other personnel” shall include contractors, delivery men, servicemen, etc.
      2. “Common Facilities” means the facilities and services in 10 Mont’Kiara serving or intended to serve, used or capable of being used or enjoyed in common by all the Residents as listed in Appendix B.
      3. “Common Property” or “Common Areas” means so much of 10 Mont’Kiara as is not comprised in any parcel, Vendor’s Parcels as defined in the Sale Agreements or any accessory parcel, and includes the fixtures and fittings, lifts, escalators (if any), ventilating and air-conditioning systems (if any), refuse chutes (if any), drains, sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts and all other facilities and installations serving or intended to serve 10 Mont’Kiara or any part(s) thereof, used or capable of being used or enjoyed in common by all the Residents.
      4. “Developer” shall refer to Sunrise Quality Sdn Bhd who is the developer of 10 Mont’Kiara.
      5. “Guest” shall refer to any person(s) who is not an
        Owner or a Resident and whose presence in 10 Mont’Kiara is at the invitation of an Owner or a Resident., excluding maid(s), driver(s) and bodyguard(s).
      6. The Fare @ 10” means those Vendor’s Parcels (as defined in the Sale Agreements) that are designated by the Developer to be the retail/commercial parcels or area.
      7. “Management” means the Developer or the Joint Management Body or the Management Corporation, as the case may be, or any appointed managing agent of the Developer or the Joint Management Body or the Management Corporation, as the case may be, authorised to manage 10 Mont’Kiara.
      8. “Owner” shall refer to a person who has legal or beneficial title to a Parcel.
      9. “Parcel” shall refer to a unit of residential parcel in10 Mont’Kiara.
      10. “Resident” shall refer to a person who is either an owner-occupant or a tenant-occupant of a Parcel. The Management reserves the right to require the Resident to furnish proof of ownership or written authorisation from the Owner e.g. tenancy agreement.
      11. “Sale Agreements” means the respective sale and purchase agreements and deeds of mutual covenants pertaining to the sold Parcels, made between the Developer and the respective first purchasers.
      12. “Tenant” shall refer to a person, who is for the time being renting one of the Parcels under a valid tenancy agreement and if a corporation, the appointed employee of the corporation.
  2. OCCUPANCY
    1. Usage of Parcel
      1. A Parcel shall only be used for residential purposes and for no other purpose.
      2. Non-residential parcels shall only be used for the express purpose stipulated in the approved building plans for 10 Mont’Kiara.
      3. Each Parcel is meant for a single family dwelling and Residents shall not convert the Parcel in such a manner so as to accommodate more residents than it was originally designed or approved for or to overcrowd the Parcel as defined under the by-laws of the appropriate authority. In particular, the Owner or Resident shall not subdivide the Parcel into smaller units of accommodation or to use the Parcel as a hostel or such other similar arrangements or for retail purposes.
    2. Guests
      1. Guests will only be permitted into 10 Mont’Kiara after the security personnel at the access control point have confirmed with the Resident concerned the identity of such Guests and obtained the Resident’s permission to enter. All Guests are required to register by providing their particulars to the security personnel before being permitted entry into 10 Mont’Kiara.
      2. Residents shall inform the security personnel at the control access point of their expected Guests by furnishing relevant details beforehand.
      3. The Residents shall be responsible for ensuring that their Guests comply with the House Rules at all times and that their behaviour is not offensive to the other Residents. The Residents shall be liable for any loss and/or damage caused by their Guests.
    3. Pets & Livestock Not Permitted
      No pets or livestock whatsoever shall be allowed or kept in the Parcel or any part of 10 Mont’Kiara. The Management reserves the right to remove any pets or livestock found in any Parcel or within 10 Mont’Kiara at the Resident’s expense.
    4. Nuisance
      1. All Residents and Guests shall at all times conduct themselves in a manner which will not cause any nuisance to other person(s) in 10 Mont’Kiara.
      2. The Residents shall not operate any radio, television, hi-fi equipment or other musical instruments at a volume that may interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of other Residents.
      3. Residents and Guests shall not sound their car horns unnecessarily to avoid disturbance or annoyance to other Residents.
      4. The Management reserves the right to seek assistance from the police or legal recourse to abate or stop such nuisance if it deems necessary and the Residents shall indemnify the Management against all costs incurred as a result thereof.
      5. Whilst the Management will endeavour to attend to complaints by Residents and to assist as deemed necessary in its sole and absolute discretion, the Management is not obliged to take further action over and above such assistance, particularly where it is the opinion of the Management that such complaints are unreasonable, frivolous and vexatious or without merits. The decision of the Management shall be final.
    5. Parties and Functions
      1. Residents may only use the designated function areas after prior reservations have been made at the Management Office.
      2. The Resident must pay the relevant charges for the use of the designated function areas whether at hourly rates or daily rates (as the case may be) as shall be determined by the Management from time to time. Notice of such private functions in designated function areas shall be displayed at the notice boards.
      3. Private parties or functions are limited to the designated function areas e.g. multi-purpose room or within a private Parcel at appropriate hours.
    6. Owner’s Agents / Representatives
      1. If an Owner or a Resident is away or absent from the Parcel for a prolonged period of time, he should at his own expense, appoint an authorised agent or representative registered with the Management, to be the person for the Management to contact pertaining to the affairs of the Parcel during the period of the Owner’s or Resident’s absence and the Owner or Resident shall arrange for such agent or representative to conduct periodic inspections on the Parcel and assume responsibility for the contents therein.
      2. All agents or representatives must be registered at the Management Office before being allowed access into 10 Mont’Kiara. The Owner or Resident shall be responsible to file or to update the name, address and telephone numbers of his agent/representative at the Management Office.
      3. The Owner or Resident will be responsible for his agent/representative’s conduct and shall ensure that the agent/representative observes the House Rules including any directions issued by the Management from time to time. The Owner shall be responsible for the conduct of the Tenant and Guests of the Parcel notwithstanding that such Tenant or Guests are under the administration/supervision of the Owner’s agent/representative.
    7. Restriction on usage of Common Areas and Common Facilities
      1. Once a Parcel is rented out, the entitlement to the use of the Common Areas and the Common Facilities is automatically transferred to the Tenant and the Owner is no longer entitled to use these facilities.
      2. The Owner or the Owner’s agent shall, upon notice given by the Management, immediately remove at his own expense, any unauthorised structure/ equipment/ property placed in the Common Areas or any part thereof by the Tenant(s) or Guest(s). If the Owner or the Owner’s agent fails and/or omits to remove the above, the Management may if it deems fit remove and store or dispose of the same and all costs incurred shall be deemed a debt due by the Owner.
    8. Staff of Management
      1. Residents and Owners are not allowed to use any staff of the Management for any business or private errands.
      2. Residents shall not offer any tips, gifts or gratuities to any staff of the Management for rendering services or courtesies in the regular performance of their duties.
    9. Unauthorized / Restricted Activities
      1. No persons are allowed to solicit for business in any part of 10 Mont’Kiara. The Management reserves all rights to screen and register real estate agents and to prevent any persons from distributing junk mail to Residents e.g. flyers and brochures.
      2. Political activities are prohibited in any part of 10 Mont’Kiara, and any religious activities must be confined within a Parcel and must be so conducted without causing any nuisance to other Owners and Residents.
      3. No persons shall hold any funeral or bereavement arrangements in the Parcel or any part or parts of 10 Mont’Kiara.
    10. Combustible Substances
      1. Residents and Owners shall not keep, store or bring into the Parcel highly combustible substances such as petroleum products in quantities above the normal amount consumed by a private dwelling. Residents shall not keep, store or bring into the Parcel or any part or parts of 10 Mont’Kiara any guns, ammunition, explosives, or any kind of item that is combustible, inflammable, dangerous, illegal or may cause or be a source of nuisance, annoyance, disturbance, risk or danger to the other Residents and any other substance which may give rise to smoke, fumes or obnoxious smell.
      2. Residents shall only use electrical hobs and electrical devices such as ovens, rice cookers and toasters or the centralised gas for cooking. No gas cylinders are allowed.
    11. Upkeep and Maintenance of Parcels
      The Residents and Owners shall be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the interior of their Parcels (including but not limited to finishes on walls, ceilings and floors and renovations inside), the fixtures and fittings therein including drains, sewers, pipes, cables and ducts and all other facilities and installations which are within the boundary of the Parcels and which are not used or not capable of being used in common by all the other Residents of 10 Mont’Kiara.
  3. ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
    1. Monitoring of Entry and Exits
      1. The access control systems at the designated locations are intended to monitor the entry and exit of Residents, Guests or any other persons and vehicles to 10 Mont’Kiara. The provision of such services, which is often referred to as “security services”, shall not in any circumstances be construed as a representation by the Management that 10 Mont’Kiara will be free of crime.
      2. Residents are advised to insure their personal belongings and valuables against theft, burglary and loss howsoever caused including damage from fire, leaking pipes and sewers and preferably to place all valuables in security deposit boxes with banks.
      3. All fire exits shall not be locked or obstructed as they are statutorily required to be accessible under the provisions of the relevant rules and by-laws.
    2. Access Control Cards
      1. Each standard Parcel shall be entitled up to three (3) units of access card (in accordance with occupancy) free of charge. A penthouse Parcel shall be entitled up to five (5) units of access card (in accordance with occupancy) free of charge.
      2. Owners or Residents may apply to the Management for additional unit of access card (as per number of occupants) subject to such charges as the Management may determine from time to time for every additional unit issued to the Owner or Resident.
      3. All lost access cards must be reported in writing to the Management immediately to enable the Management to deactivate the same. The Owner or Resident shall be held responsible for any breach of security as a result of his/her failure to report any lost access card issued in or under the Owner’s or Resident’s name.
      4. Charges of such amount as the Management may determine from time to time will be imposed for every unit of lost or damaged access card replaced by the Management, unless the access card is replaced due to any defect in or malfunction of the card not arising from fault of the Owner or user.
      5. All access cards shall remain the property of the Management.
      6. The Management reserves the right to refuse to issue access cards and the right to deactivate any access cards issued to an Owner or Resident until all outstanding amounts (including but not limited to service charges, booking fees, etc.) owed to the Management with respect of his/her Parcel has been settled. Nothing herein shall render the Management obliged to or liable to deactivate the access card upon instructions of non-resident Owners who may have disputes with their Tenants.
      7. The Management may in its sole and absolute discretion provide separate access cards for car parks, lobby access and/or facilities access and/or change or upgrade the system from time to time whereupon the aforesaid rules would continue to apply mutatis mutandis.
    3. Closed circuit television system, if any
      The CCTV system is intended for recordings and not for live viewing by guards as a routine duty. All recordings captured or to be captured on the CCTV system shall at all times remain the sole and absolute property of the Management. The CCTV system is not a representation that the areas under surveillance are fool-proofed against or will prevent crime, vandalism or any acts of mischief occurring from time to time. The Management will not be held responsible in any manner in the event the CCTV system malfunctions or breaks down.
  4. CAR PARKS
    1. Usage of designated car park lot(s)
      1. Residents are not permitted to park their vehicles at the main lobby or elsewhere in 10 Mont’Kiara other than at their designated car park lot(s).
      2. Residents who find that their designated car park lot(s) have been wrongfully occupied by other cars are advised to report to the Management or personnel at the access control point immediately.
      3. The visitors’ car parks are strictly for the use of Guests only, subject to such parking charges and/or the length of time of usage as may be imposed by the Management from time to time.
      4. Residents must park their motorcycles, bicycles and other forms of transport at areas designated by the Management and on no occasion should these vehicles be left or parked in other non-designated areas.
      5. The Management shall not be held responsible for any theft, burglary, loss or damage or other misdemeanour to the vehicles and their contents within 10 Mont’Kiara, whether such vehicle is parked in the designated car parks, other car park areas or at any other part of 10 Mont’Kiara.
      6. Residents shall not fix, place, erect or construct any grilles or cause any form of obstruction whatsoever at or on the entrance exit or driveway to or in the car park areas or any other area in the car parks not designated for the parking of cars and the Management is entitled to remove any such obstruction so caused by the Resident at the Resident’s expense.
      7. Only car polishing is permitted at the designated car park lot provided that no excessive dirt, mud and/or water is to be left thereon. Car washing shall be carried out only at a specially designated area reserved for this purpose. Except for minor repair works, no heavy repair work shall be permitted at the car park lot. (“Heavy repair” includes a repair that involves excessive noise or spillage of oil or dirt).
      8. A car parking bay can only be used for the purpose so designated, ie, to leave an automobile for a time, and such usage shall not include leaving a broken-down vehicle in a state of abandonment.
      9. Any vehicle left in a state of abandonment in a car parking bay shall be deemed to be a nuisance that may affect the image or property value of the condominium or that may pose a health/safety danger. Such vehicle is liable to be towed to a junkyard, and the costs incurred as a result thereof shall be borne by the Owner/Resident/vehicle owner and deemed a debt due from such persons to the Management.
    2. Transponders and Car Stickers
      1. A non-transferable transponder and car sticker will be provided for each designated car parking bay and the Residents must display the valid car stickers prominently on the windscreen of their respective vehicles at all times for easy identification. The Management has the absolute right to stop and/or prohibit vehicles without valid car stickers from entering 10 Mont’Kiara.
      2. A Resident who wishes to obtain or renew a car sticker must apply to the Management, supplying his name and Parcel number. The car sticker shall be issued after receipt of the required remittance (determined by the Management) and the surrender of the expired sticker for renewal.
      3. All lost transponders must be reported in writing to the Management immediately to enable the Management to deactivate the same. The Resident shall be held responsible for any breach of security as a result of his/her failure to report any lost transponder issued in or under the Resident’s name.
      4. Residents must report any loss of car stickers in writing immediately to the Management and lodge the necessary police report (a copy to be extended to the Management). New stickers will only be issued after receipt of a copy of the police report and any payment of a fee will be at the discretion of Management.
      5. The Management reserves the right to refuse to issue a transponder or car sticker until all outstanding amounts (including but not limited to service charges, booking fees, etc.) owed by the Owner or Resident have been settled.
    3. Enforcement of Carpark Rules
      1. In the event any vehicle is parked in areas other than the designated car park lot, the Management has the absolute right to take any appropriate action as it deems fit including but not limited to the serving of notices, immobilisation of vehicles or towing away of such vehicles.
      2. If any person parks the vehicle in such a manner so as to obstruct or block –
        • the egress or ingress to 10 Mont’Kiara; or
        • any fire exits or access routes; or
        • any egress or ingress to public utility areas including but not limited to substations, pump rooms and bomba access routes;

        thereby rendering it a nuisance, hazard and/or inconvenience to the Management or other Residents then, and in any such event, the Management has the absolute right to forthwith tow away the vehicle and all charges and incidental costs shall be borne by the Owner/Resident/vehicle owner.

      3. The Management shall not be held responsible or liable in any manner whatsoever for any damage to the vehicle or injury or inconvenience (if any) suffered by the Resident, Guest or any other persons arising from any of the actions referred to above or any damage to the vehicle resulting from attempts to remove the immobiliser forcibly. Any person who forcibly attempts to remove the immobiliser resulting in its damage or any impairment of its function shall be liable to pay for the repair or replacement of the same.
    4. Imposition of Charge
      Notwithstanding the aforesaid, the Management hereby reserves the absolute right to impose a charge on any Owners, Residents or Guests of such sum(s) as shall be determined by the Management from time to time for a breach of any of the above rules covered by Rule 4.
    5. RESIDENT CARDS
      1. All Residents aged 12 years and above must apply for their Resident Cards.
      2. The Resident Cards are issued free of charge. Residents must report any loss of their Resident Cards immediately to the Management. The Management reserves the right to charge a fee for replacement of any lost or damaged cards.
      3. The Resident Cards are used for identification purposes and    for  facilities  booking,  etc.  generally  within10 Mont’Kiara.
      4. Residents must supply photographs and any other required documents by Management in order to obtain their Resident Cards.
      5. The Resident Card must be produced for verification when requested by the Management staff or the security personnel on duty at any time whilst in 10 Mont’Kiara.
    6. COMMON PROPERTY
      1. No Obstruction at Common Property
        The Residents shall not place any personal property, plants or objects in any part or parts of the Common Property or encroach, use or enclose any part or parts of the Common Property or onto other Parcels for his own benefit or otherwise. The Management shall be entitled to remove all such objects, plants, encroachments or enclosures and the Resident in default shall indemnify the Management against all costs and expenses incurred as a result thereof.
      2. Prevention of Danger
        Plants and other objects are to be placed in containers to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto other Parcels or Common Property. All Residents are to ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on or near the perimeter of the Parcel (in particular the balcony and window sills) whereby they may fall and cause injury to person(s) or damage to the property below.
      3. Plant Watering and Mosquitoes
        Residents should exercise due care and consideration when cleaning the balcony and areas adjoining the external walls or watering plants, to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building or into other Parcels below. Care must also be taken to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes, especially of the Aedes variety. As this is an offence punishable with a fine by City Hall, the breeding of Aedes mosquitoes will be deemed to be an act threatening the health of all Residents.
      4. Liability for Damage
        Any damage caused to Common Property by a Resident shall be assessed by the Management and the cost of repair and/or the replacement of any items and/or removal of debris of works carried out as a result of such repairs including administrative fees as determined by the Management will be charged to the Resident. The Resident shall within such time stipulated by the Management, pay such cost of repair and/or replacement including administrative fees of the Management.
      5. Maintenance of image of 10 Mont’Kiara
        1. For purposes of maintaining the image of 10 Mont’Kiara, the Resident agrees that the exterior facade of 10 Mont’Kiara shall represent a uniform appearance and that no projections shall be extended through any wall, door or window openings. Residents shall not remove or replace the main entrance door to the Parcel, which are fire-rated doors required by the appropriate authority.
        2. No shade, awning or grille shall be used except those designs and colours approved by the Management and these should be fixed within the internal faces of the Parcel and up to the balcony door only. No grilles or permanent structures are to be installed so as to extend into or to enclose the balcony area to maintain the uniform appearance of the exterior façade of 10 Mont’Kiara.
        3. Residents shall not place brooms, mops, cartons, notices, advertisements, posters, illuminations or other means of visual communication on windows, doors or passages that may be viewed from the outside of the Parcels.
        4. Residents shall not hang or place any items in 10 Mont’Kiara such as textile materials including clothes, towels and linen that can be viewed from the outside of the Parcels. In particular, such items shall not be hung from poles which protrude through the windows, balconies or roofs of the Parcels.
        5. Residents shall not throw cigarette butts or any objects out of the window, balcony or sliding door opening to the exterior as such objects may cause harm to Residents living below or at ground level. The throwing of such objects may render the offender liable to criminal prosecution.
        6. The Residents shall not attach or hang from the exterior of walls or allow any radio, television antennas or satellite dishes or such similar equipment to protrude through walls, windows, balconies or roofs without the prior written consent of the Management (which consent may be withheld at the Management’s sole discretion).
        7. The Management has the sole discretion to decide from time to time on the various operators of telecommunication services and to allow the designated space(s)/ area(s) within 10 Mont’Kiara for the installation of antennas, telecommunication and other information technology equipment. The Residents shall cooperate and allow the Management, by prior appointment, to enter into the Parcel for the purpose of installing or repairing such antennas and other information technology equipment, whenever necessary.
        8. Where approval is granted by Management for attachments or fasteners to be fixed at any external surface, the design and types of materials must be approved by Management to prevent staining of the exterior of 10 Mont’Kiara.
      6. Tap Water and Electricity Supply
        Residents and their contractors are NOT allowed to utilise for their private purpose, tap water/electricity supply which are dedicated to servicing the Common Property of10 Mont’Kiara.
      7. Furniture and Equipment
        All furniture, decorative items and equipment placed and/or installed by the Developer or the Management in the Common Property if any have been provided for the safety, comfort and convenience of all Residents and the Residents therefore shall not damage, remove or alter such furniture, decorative items and equipment without the permission of the Management.
      8. Usage of Lifts
        1. No persons shall wear a wet bathing suit, drink or eat in any lift or wear or carry any items (e.g. wet bathing suits) that could stain or otherwise soil the lift or any part thereof.
        2. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the lifts.
        3. No persons shall tamper with any of the lift controls in a manner that would prevent the proper functioning of the lifts.
        4. In the event of power failure, fire or other emergencies, Residents and Guests must not use the lift but instead use the stairways to vacate.
        5. Residents must inform the Management of any shifting of heavy or bulky items using the service lifts at least 24 hours in advance so that proper arrangements can be made to avoid causing any inconvenience to other users.
      9. Water Filters
        Residents may install water filters* but shall ensure that the filters are installed within the Parcel only and not in the Common Area risers. The installation must be carried out by a licensed plumber and the Management shall not be held liable in any manner whatsoever for any damage, loss or injury arising from such installation.
        (Note the installation of water filters may reduce the water pressure to the Parcel)
      10. Usage of Common Property
        The Management may, by agreement with a particular Resident, grant him exclusive or specified use of any part of the Common Property for a stipulated time or period or special privileges in respect of the Common Property or part of it. In so doing, the Management has the sole and absolute discretion to impose such fees or charges including licence fees or rental etc. on the Resident as it deems fit.
    7. LANDSCAPE AREAS
      1. Residents are allowed to decorate the landscape areas with potted plants only but no other structures are allowed to be added. The Management will remove any such structure erected by the Resident, at cost to the Resident.
    8. FIRE AND SAFETY DRILL
      1. Residents are required to follow instructions in a fire and safety drill, and these instructions include compulsory evacuation by stairways to the designated fire safety assembly point on the grounds.
      2. Exempted from compulsory evacuation in a fire and safety drill are disabled persons or elderly persons with physical infirmity, or such other persons who may be bed-ridden through illness or undergoing medication for life-threatening disease.
      3. Where such persons as described in 8.2 reside in a Parcel, the primary responsibility falls upon other Residents of the Parcel to inform such persons of the evacuation procedures to follow in an emergency eventuality.
      4. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, death or damage to property resulting from any Residents or any other person’s participation or their failure to participate in a fire and safety drill and other emergency procedures.
    9. INTERCOM & EMERGENCY ASSIST BUTTON
      1. Both the intercom and the emergency assist button are connected to the guardhouse. The emergency assist button is for the purpose of summoning help in the event of an emergency only and must not be used for any purpose other than to seek help during an emergency. Residents may be penalised for any misuse of the emergency assist button. Residents are advised to register at the Management Office the contact details of next of kin and/or persons to contact in case of emergency.
      2. It shall be the responsibility of the Residents to maintain and upkeep the intercom and emergency assist equipment in the Parcel and its connection to the guardhouse. The Management shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for any malfunctioning or disconnection of the emergency assist equipment.
      3. Upon activation of the emergency assist button, the personnel on duty will respond and provide the required assistance on a best effort basis. The Management shall not be liable for any failure by the guards or Management personnel in responding and/or providing assistance on time for whatever reasons when the emergency assist button is activated. Neither will the Management be held liable for any action taken by the personnel on duty in response to the activation of the emergency assist button. Notwithstanding the above, the guards or Management personnel are not expected to perform any form of instantaneous assistance, including first aid, medical aid, defence, etc.
    10. PRIVATE LIFT LOBBY AND CLOSET
      1. A Resident has a right of usage of the lift lobby immediately in front of his Parcel, which is part of the Common Area. The Resident is only permitted to use the lift lobby as a foyer or reception area and in emphasis thereof the Resident is prohibited from annexing the lift lobby as an extension of the Parcel whether for occupation, as a storage area or otherwise. Notwithstanding the right granted to the Resident herein, such lift lobby shall remain Common Property at all times.
      2. No structures, grilles, furniture, decorative items, or plants are allowed to be placed at the lift lobby, except with written permission from the Management. If the Management thinks fit, it shall be entitled to, by giving 48 hours’ notice, remove any structures, grilles, furniture, decorative items, or plants placed or installed at the lift lobby without permission and the costs and expenses incurred as a result thereof shall be borne by the Resident.
      3. The light points and fittings provided at the lift lobby are Common Property and the Resident is not allowed to change, alter or remove such light points or fittings. The lighting switch for the light fitting at the lobby area is centralised and controlled by the Management as part of the Common Area lighting. The Management reserves the right to enter the lift lobby area from time to time for purposes of inspection and maintenance works.
      4. The Resident may at his own costs install an air conditioning unit at the designated point in the lift lobby area but the maintenance and running costs shall be solely borne by the Resident. The electricity supply for such air-conditioning unit shall be tapped from within the Parcel.
      5. The Resident shall be responsible to maintain and keep the lift lobby in a clean and tidy manner at his own cost.
      6. Where a closet is attached to the Parcel as an accessory parcel, the closet is to be used for the storage of personal belongings only. The Resident shall not place into the closet or any part of the lift lobby any weapons or harmful or illegal materials including items that are highly combustible, inflammable or likely to cause nuisance, annoyance or disturbance or any substance which may give rise to smoke, fumes or obnoxious smell. The closet must not be encased by any grille. Maintenance, upkeep and replacement of closet, should it be damaged, shall be at the Resident’s cost.
      7. The Management shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for any theft, loss of or damage to any items placed in the private lift lobby or inside the closet and the Resident shall at all times keep such items insured against theft, loss and damage.
    11. REFUSE DISPOSAL
      1. Residents shall only throw or dispose of rubbish, unwanted materials or any other refuse in designated refuse receptacles provided in or outside 10 Mont’Kiara and shall not throw or dispose of rubbish, unwanted materials or other refuse anywhere else within Mont’Kiara.
      2. Residents shall ensure that all refuse are sealed in non-porous plastic bags before placing them in the refuse receptacles at the refuse chamber located on each floor of Mont’Kiara. Residents shall drain all wet refuse and rubbish thoroughly of any liquid and take care that no liquid from the refuse bags will drip into the refuse receptacles or anywhere else.
      3. Residents must not dispose of heavy or bulky objects within 10 Mont’Kiara and shall engage removers to dispose of the same elsewhere that is appropriate at their own expense.
      4. Residents must ensure that the doors to the refuse chambers are closed and the lights switched off after use.
    12. CAR WASH BAYS
      1. The car wash bays are open to all Residents.
      2. Residents shall ensure that the tap is properly turned off after use, and shall keep the area clean and tidy after each use.
      3. Residents shall exercise proper etiquette and courtesy towards other Residents who may be concurrently washing their car or waiting to wash their car.
      4. Where more than one bay is provided, a Resident shall only use one car park bay at any one time and for one vehicle only.
      5. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, the Management may rent out the car wash bays to any third party private operator/entity as it deems fit to provide car wash services to the Residents.
    13. RENOVATION AND OTHER WORKS
      1. Consent from Management
        1. Owners must inform and obtain the written consent from the Management prior to the commencement of any fitting out, electrical, plumbing and/or Renovation Works of any type whatsoever including any removals or deliveries of materials in connection therewith (hereinafter called “Renovation Works”). The Owners must submit to the Management Office the detailed plans and other related documents/ information of any Renovation Works to be carried out in the Parcel. The Management reserves the right to request the Owners to provide an indemnity acceptable to the Management. Application submitted by the Tenants for such consent shall not be entertained.
        2. In the event any Renovation Works are carried out without the Management’s consent or without any permit or licence from the appropriate authority as required under Rule 13.2 below, the Management has the absolute discretion to stop such works or to stop the contractors from entering 10 Mont’Kiara until such time as the Owner has obtained the requisite consent from the Management and the permit or licence from the appropriate authority. The Management shall not be liable for any claims, fines or penalties that may arise from any delay or cessation of the works. If the Management is of the view that such works being carried out may jeopardise the integrity of the structure or building, the Management may proceed to stop such works being carried out or to reinstate the premises to their original condition and the costs incurred as a result thereof shall be borne by the Owner and deemed a debt due from the Owner to the Management.
      2. Approvals from appropriate authority
        1. In addition to the requisite consent mentioned in Rule 13.1 above, the Owner shall be responsible to obtain the permits, approvals, exemptions or waivers from the appropriate authority (if necessary), prior to the commencement of such Renovation Works and shall comply with all laws, regulations, orders, rules and by-laws in connection therewith. A copy of such permit, approval, exemption or waiver shall be forwarded to the Management for their records.
        2. Any order made by the appropriate authority for the removal of any illegal Renovation Works shall be complied with by the Owner at the Owner’s costs.
      3. Working Hours
        1. Renovation Works including delivery of bulk materials and removal works on the Parcel are strictly restricted to the days and hours described in items (i) and (ii) of Appendix A or such other hours as shall be determined by the Management from time to time so as not to disturb or affect the peaceful enjoyment of 10 Mont’Kiara by the other Residents. Renovation Works conducted outside the scheduled days and hours shall be deemed an act of nuisance. The Management may impose a penalty fee on the Owner of such amount as it shall determine from time to time if the Owner or its contractors carry out renovation and other works beyond the scheduled days and times. The Management also reserves the right to delay or stop any contractors from entering or accessing the Parcel or any part of 10 Mont’Kiara outside the scheduled days and times or stop the contractors from continuing with the renovation or other works after the scheduled hours.
          The Owner shall be responsible for advising and where required, providing a copy of, the provisions of this section to his/her contractors and for ensuring compliance with the same by the contractors.
        2. Owners must inform the Management of their renovation work schedule, subject to the permitted days and hours set out in Rule 13.3(a) above, in advance of the commencement of the Renovation