KPKT serves first ever notice of demand to property developer

KLANG: The Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT) served its first ever notice of demand to property developer, Dynasti Condominium management ordering them to handover documents related to the condominium.

In the notice, the developer is required to hand over all the relevant documents related to the condominium such as the property floor plan, audited account reports, account statements and its inventories list to the condominium joint management body (JMB) within 14 days.

The notice was served by KPKT's enforcement unit to Yonlian Realty Sdn Bhd under Section 15 of the Strata Management Act 2013 (Act 757) during a brief operation yesterday.

Klang Commissioner of Building director, Ari Adam, handed the notice Yonlian's director Henry Tan.

Ari said failure to adhere to the notice will result in legal action being taken against the developer under Section 15(4) of the Act where if found guilty is liable to a fine up to RM250,000 or jail not more than three years or both."

The notice was served following JMB lodging a report with Klang Commissioner of Building

Yonlian was served with the demand notice after the condo's JMB lodged a report with Klang COB as Yonlian had in numerous occasion refused to hand over the documents to the JMB on the ground that those documents wluld be handed over once the condo's arrears maintenance payment are settled.