House Rules

1.0    OBJECTIVE

1.1    The purpose of these rules and regulations which constitute the House Rules of Mawar Apartments (hereinafter called “the Apartments”) is to:

  1. promote the harmonious occupancy of the Apartments therein with proper conduct by all to make the Apartments a conducive place for quality living;
  2. protect all residents from annoyance and nuisance caused by any improper use of the Apartments and its facilities, and/or unacceptable behaviour of certain residents or visitors; and
  3. preserve the reputation and prestige of the Apartments thereof, thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities.
    • The House Rules or by-laws are formulated to:
  4. serve as guidelines which govern the occupation and usage of the Apartments;
  5. regulate the use of common property and the façade of the apartments;
  6. govern the relationship between different unit owners and residents and the Management —- all residents and visitors in the Apartments shall be bound by these rules at all times; and
  7. create awareness among all residents that to achieve the common goal of a comfortable life in a peaceful environment of communal living, the co-operation of all residents in complying with all the rules and regulations are required.
    • These rules and regulations supersede those previously issued. With your cooperation, support and assistance, we can enjoy the result of our joint efforts at promoting peaceful, harmonious and enjoyable community living.
    • The full authority and responsibility for the enforcement of the House Rules lie with the Management, its staff and guards. House Rules may be amended by the Management as required from time to time. Suggestions are welcome from all residents preferably in writing to the Management who reserves the right to accept or reject any suggestion. The Management Corporation may by special resolution at Annual General Meeting make additional rules and regulations, or make amendments to such additional rules and regulations, to regulate the control, management, administration, use and enjoyment of the subdivided buildings and the common property.
    • To further improve the environment and enhance the lifestyle in Mawar Apartments, a collective sense of civic consciousness, a good rapport between the Owners/Residents and the Management, and the supportive effort from every individual is needed. The positive effects will be translated into tangible results like higher rental and appreciating resale value.

2.0    DEFINITIONS

In these House Rules, unless the context otherwise requires, each of the following words or expressions shall have the meaning stated below:-

2.1    “Owner” refers to person(s)or proprietor(s) who owns a unit in Mawar Apartments according to the Sale and Purchase Agreement and/or who has title to the same according to the Strata Title for the said unit.

2.2    “Tenant” refers to person(s) or lessee(s) who is for the time being renting or leasing one of the apartment units pursuant to a Tenancy Agreement with the registered lawful Owner or beneficiary of the apartment unit and who is also residing therein.

2.3    “Resident” refers to person(s) who is either an Owner or a Tenant of one of the apartment unit and who is also presently residing in Mawar Apartments, and include lawful servants, employees, agent, permittees and licensees.

2.4    “Visitor” refers to any person who is not an owner-resident or tenant-resident and whose presence in Mawar Apartments is at the invitation of either a registered owner-resident or tenant-resident.

  • “Management” refers to Mawar Apartments Management Corporation (MC) and/or the management company engaged by the MC.
  • “Apartments” includes the building or buildings comprising the individual premises/apartment unit, the common property and the car parks.
  • “Common property” refers to so much of the land as is not comprised in any parcel, or the building and the fixtures and fittings including but not limited to lifts, refuse chambers, drains, sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts and all other facilities and installations used or capable of being used or enjoyed in common by all the Owners and Residents.

3.0    OCCUPANCY

3.1    Approved Use Of Apartment Units

  1. a) An apartment unit shall be used only for residential purposes and shall not be used for business (whether legal or illegal) or any other purposes which may be injurious/damaging to the reputation of the Apartments.
  2. b) Residents shall not permit or suffer their children, if any, or their visitors, servants or employees to commit any immoral/criminal act in their units or in any part of the Apartments.
  3. c) Residents are not permitted to suffer any person of unsound mind, or a habitual drunkard, or drug addict, or someone involved in illegal services/businesses to reside in or about their apartment units.

3.2    Registration

  1. a) An Owner must register his family members residing with him in the said apartment with the Management in the prescribed form prior to moving into the said apartment. Thereafter, a person who is registered will then be termed as a Resident. It is the responsibility of an Owner to ensure that person or persons residing in his said apartment are duly registered as a resident with the Management and to further inform the Management of any persons moving in or moving out from time to time.
  2. b) All Owners renting out their premises shall register all the required particulars of their Tenants with the Management Office in the prescribed form prior to moving into the said apartment, and to further inform the Management timely of any persons moving in or out from time to time. It is the duty of the Owners to provide a copy of the House Rules to the Tenants. Copies of House Rules may be obtained from the Management Office.
  3. c) Anyone who is not registered with the Management will be treated as a Visitor and the Management may require his details to be recorded in the visitors’ book. The Visitor is required to present a form of identification which could be retained by the security and returned during the Visitor’s exit. Security will contact the Resident in question to gain approval for his Visitor to enter the building premises.
  4. d) The Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any Visitor at its sole discretion or request any Visitor to leave the premises without having to assign any reason whatsoever for doing so.

3.3    Resident’s Visitor

  1. Visitor of the Resident would only be permitted into the Apartments after the security guards have obtained the approval of and confirmed with the Resident of the identity of such visitor. All visitors of Resident would be required to provide their particulars to the security guard before being permitted entry into the Apartments.
  2. Resident should inform the security guard their likely Visitors by furnishing relevant details before hand so as to expedite screening procedure of their Visitors.
  3. Resident shall be responsible for ensuring that their Visitor complies with the House Rules at all times and that their behaviour is not offensive to other Residents/Visitors of the Apartments. Resident shall be liable for any damage/injury caused by his Visitors.
  4. Visitor is to be accompanied by the Resident at all times when using the common facilities.

3.4    Access Card

  1. All Residents will use access card to gain access into the premises of Mawar Apartments. Those without access card will be denied entry. Those who have not been registered with the Management may be denied the issue of access cards.
  2. Owners should apply for the access card on behalf of their Tenants.
  3. The issuance of access cards to the registered Residents of each unit is limited to a maximum of four (4) cards.
  4. Request for additional access cards within the limit will need to be made to the Management Office and on approval, a fee of RM50 will be charged for each card.
  5. The Management must be immediately informed in writing if an access card is lost, stolen or misplaced to enable the Management to prevent usage of that particular access card. A fee of RM100 will be imposed for a damaged or lost card.
  6. Owners must ensure that their Tenants return all allocated access cards to the Management Office before they terminate their Tenancy Agreement and leave the premises. Failure to do so will result in the Owners having to pay for replacement cards for their new Tenants.
  7. Owners of units who do not reside in their units can apply for access card.
  8. The Management reserves the right to refuse to issue access card and to deactivate any access cards issued to an Owner or Resident until all outstanding payments particularly service charges, contribution to the sinking fund, late payment interest, insurance premium, quit rent and any other charges owed to the Management in respect of his apartment unit has been fully settled. Such deactivation will only be in respect of sums owed to the Management for at least one The entitlement of an Owner or Resident to use common recreational facilities which are maintained through the building management fund collection shall be suspended so long as payment of service charges contribution to the sinking fund, late payment interest, insurance premium, quit rent and other charges for his apartment unit is outstanding for at least one quarter. However, the Management will not entertain any request by a non-resident Owner to deactivate the access card of a Tenant with whom he may be having a dispute.
  9. The Management reserves the right to deactivate or confiscate any cloned access card found being utilized by Owner or Resident. The Management reserves the right to deactivate all access cards issued to the Owner concerned and the Owner has to reapply new access cards from the Management and a fee of RM100 will be charged per access card.

3.5    Membership Card

  1. a) Each apartment unit’s Owner is given a Membership Card free of charge. The card is not transferable. Certain facilities like the indoor gym and Sauna will need the production of Membership Card for registration before being allowed to use the facilities.
  2. b) Replacement of lost, stolen or damaged Membership Card will be charged RM20.

3.6    Shifting In/Out

  1. Residents are required to inform the Management two (2) days in advance, providing details of transport vehicles and workmen to assist the security personnel to co-ordinate the shifting.
  2. Shifting In/Out Form must be duly completed and submitted to the Management before the event.
  3. Tenant who is Shifting In/Out must get an authorization letter from the Owner or his authorized agent/caretaker who has been registered with the Management.
  4. Upon submitting Shifting In/Out application, a refundable deposit of RM500 is to be deposited with the Management by the Tenant/mover. The Management reserves the right to deduct the refundable deposit if there is any damage to the common areas.
  5. There should not be overloading of the lift and any damage to it. Mover may use proper canvas padding or other suitable material to protect the lift from any possible damage.
  6. Shifting in/out are restricted at Basement 2 car parks only. Transport lorries are not allowed into the car park but to be parked at the rear road adjacent the car park/block. Cars and vans are allowed into the car park for shifting in/out.
  7. Shifting In/Out are restricted to the following hours:-

Monday – Friday                                      :               10a.m. – 5p.m.

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday      :               Strictly Not Allowed

3.7     Household Pets And Livestock

No livestock or other animals whatsoever shall be allowed or kept in any part of the Apartments at any time [Section 6 of Third Schedule of Strata Titles Act 1985] other than fishes in tanks. The Management reserves the right to seek removal of any pet/livestock within the Apartments at the owner’s expense, and the Owner of the unit used for keeping the pet or livestock may be fined RM300 for each offence. Failure to pay the fine may lead to barring of access cards and/or suspension of services for the Resident concerned.

3.8    Nuisance

  1. All Residents and their Visitors should at all times conduct themselves in a manner which will not cause any nuisance, offence, annoyance or inconvenience to other Residents and Visitors. Excessive noise, unruly or offensive behaviour is not permitted. Otherwise, the Management shall have the right to instruct those Residents and/or Visitors to leave the Apartments premises.
  2. Radio, T.V., Hi-Fi or other musical instruments shall be operated at a volume so as not to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of other Residents.
  3. All Residents are requested not to sound their car horns unnecessarily so as to cause disturbance or annoyance to other Residents.
  4. All Residents shall not throw or allow to fall any refuse or rubbish of any description on to the common property, especially via their windows, or any part thereof except in refuse bins maintained by him or in refuse chamber provided in the Apartments [Section 6 of Third Schedule of Strata Titles Act 1985].
  5. Indoor games such as “mahjong” shall be restricted within a private apartment unit only. Players are advised not to disturb/annoy other Residents with loud play.

3.9    Parties And Functions

  1. Private parties or functions are limited to the areas as designated by the Management or within a private apartment unit.
  2. All private parties and functions should not exceed 12 mid-night whether in one’s unit or in the designated common areas.
  3. A fee will be imposed by the Management for private parties that is being held at the common areas.
  4. The Functions Room may be used by Residents for functions and parties subject to prior approval from the Management.
  5. A Resident with an intention to hold a function/party at the Functions Room or other designated areas should submit his written application to the Management seven (7) days before the said functions. The date and time of the function and the name of the caterer etc.will be submitted to the Management for consideration. The Management reserves the right to approve or turn down any application.
  6. Residents shall submit to the Management/Security the guest list before the function to facilitate entry at least 2 days before the function.

3.10  Owner’s Agent

  1. Owners who are not residents in Malaysia can appoint a local agent to represent their interest. Such Owners are required to provide in writing the names, addresses and telephone numbers of their agent to the Management seven (7) days in advance before such agents are allowed access to the property.
  2. An apartment Owner shall be responsible for the conduct of his appointed agent, Tenant(s) or Visitor(s) and shall upon receipt of notice from the Management immediately remove, at his own expense, any unauthorized structure/equipment/property placed in the common areas of the building premises.
  3. An absent Owner should at his own expense, have an authorized agent or representative registered with the Management, to conduct periodic inspections of his apartment and assume responsibility for the contents therein.
  4. The Management must be given access into units in case of emergency (e.g. fire) and when no one is around, the Management is authorized to break into the premises during an emergency and the Management shall not be held liable for any damages.
  5. Any agent wishing to have prospective tenants view the Apartments must advise the Management in advance and must register their prospective clients at the Guard House.

3.11  Owner’s Entitlement To The Use Of Common Facilities

  1. Once the apartment unit is tenanted or leased, the entitlement to the use of the common areas and the facilities is automatically transferred to the Tenant and the Owner is no longer entitled to use these facilities for the duration of the tenancy.
  2. Only Residents have right to the usage of facilities in line with the House Rules.

3.12  Use Of Management’s Employee

  1. No Resident is allowed to use any employee of the Management for any business or private errands. The Management and maintenance staff of the Apartments are not authorized or allowed to accept delivery of packages, parcels etc.
  2. The Management undertakes minor services in respect of electrical/plumbing and masonry works without warranty. These services will be chargeable at the prevailing rate as determined by the Management from time to time. Such request of services is to be made on the official forms available at the Management Office. The Management would bill the Resident accordingly.

3.13  Solicitation

No soliciting of goods and services, religious or political activities, distribution of flyers, pamphlets or any form of advertisement, and any form of survey shall be permitted within the premises.

3.14  Combustible Materials

Highly combustible substances such as petroleum products must not be kept in the Apartments. Poisons and substances which may give rise to smoke, fumes or obnoxious smells, explosive of any nature (including fireworks) shall not be kept, stored or used in the Apartments. The Management reserves the right to remove such substances at the expense of the Owner/Resident concerned.

  • Prohibition Of Practicing Airbnb (Short-Term Rent/Lease Of Apartments)
  1. Owners or residents are strictly not allowed to advertise/market their apartments as airbnb (rent or lease their apartments for daily or short-term basis). Any owners/residents found advertising/marketing online or renting/leasing their apartments as airbnb,  shall be fined RM200 per day  and all the access cards assigned to the owners will be blocked. A fine of RM100 shall be charged to unblock each card.
  2. Owners who wish to rent/lease their apartments, the tenancy period must be at least 6 months and above.

3.16  Legal Costs

An Owner or Resident of an apartment unit shall bear all costs and expenses incurred, including all legal fees and disbursements, in a full indemnity basis, by the Management in any action commenced or undertaken in any Malaysian courts as a result of infringement(s) by the said Owner or Resident of the provisions of the Strata Management Act 2013, or Mawar Apartments House Rules.

4.0    COMMON AREAS

4.1    No Obstruction At Common Areas

  1. The sidewalks, passages, lobbies, stairways, common corridors and emergency exits must not be obstructed at any time or used for any purpose other than their designated use only. The Management reserves the right to remove such obstruction and any properties in such areas at the expense of the Owner/Resident concerned with or without prior notice. Management will not be held liable for any damage or loss of any item belonging to the Resident left in the common areas. The cost of such removal and storage, if any, shall be borne by the Resident’s concerned.
  2. Motorcycles, bicycles, tricycles, children’s riding toys, roller skates, skateboards and the like (with the exception of wheel chairs) or any other personal property may not be ridden in, used, placed, stored or left in any common area (except for areas designated for such purpose) of the Apartments.

4.2    Potted Plants

  1. a) All potted plants shall be placed in containers so as to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto other apartments or common areas. All Residents are to ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on or near the perimeter of the premises whereby they may fall and cause bodily harm to person(s) or damage to other property below.
  2. b) Care must also be taken to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes, especially of the Aedes variety, when keeping indoor plants. As the breeding of Aedes mosquitoes is an offence punishable with a fine by Majlis Perbandaran Bentong (MPB), such negligence will be deemed to be an act threatening the health of all Residents and the Management shall be entitled to call MPB enforcement officials to inspect such premises.

4.3    Cleaning Of Areas Adjoining To External Walls

Care should be taken when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls so as to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building or onto other apartments.

4.4    Liabilities For Damages To And Loss Of Common Property

Any damages to or removal of common property caused by Owner/Resident shall be assessed by Management and the cost of repair and/or replacement shall be charged to the Owner/Resident concerned.

4.5    Exterior Façade Of The Apartments

  1. For the purpose of maintaining the image of the Apartments, the exterior façade of the Apartments shall represent a uniform appearance. As such, Residents shall not allow any projections to extend through any door or window openings. No shade, awning, screen or grille shall be used except those designs approved in writing by the Management and these should be fixed within the internal faces /premises of the apartment unit only.
  2. Brooms, mops, cartons, notices, advertisements, posters, banners, illuminations or other means of visual communication shall not be placed on walls, windows, doors or passages so as to be in view from outside the apartment units or from common areas. Any Resident who has been given a written warning but continued to go against this rule may be fined RM300 by the Management and have all services suspended.
  3. Residents of Apartments shall ensure that textile and fabric items such as clothes, towels, bedding and linen shall not be hung or placed in any areas that can be viewed from the outside of the Apartments or from common areas. In particular, such textile and fabric items shall not be hung from poles which protrude through windows, balconies or yards of the Apartments. Any Resident who has been given a written warning but continued to go against this rule may be fined RM300 by the Management and have all services suspended.
  4. No radio/TV antenna/parabolic dish/air cond compressor/piping shall be allowed to be attached to or hung from the exterior wall or to protrude through the walls, windows and roof.
  5. Painting or other decorative works to any part of the exterior or within the common area is strictly prohibited.
  6. Any installation of netting at the balcony or kitchen yard area must obtain Management’s approval prior to the installation.
  7. Any renovation of the main entrance to the unit must be referred to the Management for approval. There should not be any opening in the common walls of the common corridors and lift lobbies. Those who have found to make any such opening will have to restore the walls to their original conditions at their own expenses. Otherwise, after due notice to the Owner/Resident, the Management will get contractor to restore the walls to their original conditions and charged the Owner/Resident concerned for the expenses involved.
  8. No exposed wiring is allowed at the common area including the corridors. Management deserves the right to dismantle any exposed wiring, the cost of which will be borne by the respective unit Owner.

4.6    Floor Coverings

Resident who carries out any pounding of chillies or other substances for cooking purposes shall ensure that the part of the floor on which the activity is carried out is covered to an extent sufficient to prevent the transmission of noise there from likely to disturb the peaceful enjoyment of the other Residents.

4.7    Furniture And Equipment In Common Areas

All furniture and equipment placed and/or installed in the common areas have been provided for the benefit, comfort and convenience of all Residents and therefore, shall not be damaged or removed or altered without the written permission of the Management. All costs for any damage or removal or alteration will be borne by the guilty party concerned.

4.8    Children Playing In Common Areas

Residents should not permit their children and Visitors to play with the lifts or in the lobbies, stairways, roads, car porches, driveways or in front of the buildings. Children are not to cycle, roller skate, play with skate board or scooter in the lobbies, car park, car porches and driveways, use the walls for ball-playing or  deface the walls or common areas in any manner whatsoever. No one should fly kites in the driveways or in front of buildings.

4.9    Lifts

  1. No person shall wear wet bathing suit, drink or eat in any lift.
  2. Smoking in the lift is strictly prohibited.
  3. No person shall temper with any of the controls for the lifts in such a manner so as to prevent the lifts from proper functioning. Anyone caught tempering the control panel shall be held responsible for making good the damage cost.
  4. In the event of power failure or fire or other emergencies, Residents must not use the lifts but should instead use the stairways to evacuate.
  5. Residents must inform the Management of any shifting of heavy or bulky items using the lifts at least twenty four (24) hours in advance so that proper arrangements can be made to avoid causing any inconvenience to other Residents. Depending on the prevailing circumstances, management has the rights to refuse the use of the lifts for such purposes.
  6. Anyone caught vandalizing the lifts will be held responsible for making good the damage.

4.10  Fire Fighting Equipment

Firefighting equipment shall not be tampered with or used by the Residents or contractors except in the event of fire. Those found to have tampered or used the equipment without permission or not during any emergency may be fined RM300 by the Management.

5.0    CAR PARKING

5.1    Car Stickers

  1. Issuance of car stickers to vehicles is based as below :-
  • 1-bedroom =   1 sticker
  • 2-bedroom =   1 sticker
  • 3-bedroom =   1 stickers
  • 4-bedroom =   2 stickers
  1. Owners are to register their vehicles with the Management Office and stickers will be issued accordingly. Owners who rented their units are to provide their tenants details including their tenants’ vehicles before stickers are issued. Issuance of additional stickers is subjected to the discretionary approval of the Management.
  2. Car stickers are to be affixed at the wind screen of the vehicles at all times.
  3. There will be a fee of RM30 for replacement of lost/damaged car stickers.
  4. Vehicles without stickers will be issued with “visitor” passes.
  5. Visitors are not allowed to park their vehicles for more than 48 hours. Visitors who wish to park their vehicles longer than 48 hours are to obtain approval from the Management. Failing which, a fee of RM15 per day shall be charged until the visitors removed their vehicles.
  6. Unauthorized vehicles found parked for more than 2 days will be considered as abandoned vehicles and the Management reserve the rights to remove or dispose of such vehicles from Mawar Apartments. The Management shall accepts no responsibility for any damage or other misdemeanor occurring to your vehicles whilst being removed from Mawar Apartments.
  7. All vehicles parked in Mawar Apartments are parked at owner’s risk. The Management accepts no responsibility for theft, damage or other misdemeanor occurring to your vehicles whilst parked at Mawar Apartments.

5.2    Designated Car Park Area

  1. a) Residents’ vehicles should be registered with the Management and properly parked in the designated car park area. As the car park area has been provided for the exclusive and private use of the Residents and their visitors, non-resident outsiders are not permitted to park or store their vehicles in any part of the car park area at any time. Any unauthorized vehicles and those blocking the passage way or other properly parked vehicles way may be towed away at the vehicle owner’s expense without prior warning. The Management shall not be held responsible for any damage caused to the vehicles.
  2. c) Residents are not allowed to sublet any part of the car park area to a third party. The Management reserves the right to refuse entry and bar the vehicle that does not belong to the Residents from entering the Apartments premises.
  3. d) Residents are responsible to maintain the aesthetic value of the Apartments by ensuring that no discarded or derelict vehicles are parked within the Apartments. Discarded or derelict vehicles will be towed away from the Apartments at the Owner’s expense after the service of seven (7) days’ notice by the Management.
  4. e) Car alarms, if in use, may be disconnected by the Management if it is malfunctioned and creates a nuisance to the Residents.
  5. f) The Management reserves the right to redesign, revise and reallocate the layout of the car park and to stipulate any other terms and conditions relating to the use of the car park.
  6. g) There shall be no interference in the decision and authority of the Management in matters concerning the flow of traffic, entry and exit points, and parking of vehicles.

5.3    Car Wash And Repairs

  1. a) Cars shall only be washed at the specially designated area reserved for this purpose. Please ensure no excessive dirt, mud or water is to be left behind.
  2. b) Cars should be removed from the designated car wash area once the washing has been completed.
  3. c) Only cars belonging to the Residents can use the car wash facility.
  4. d) Only car polishing is allowed in the car park area provided that no excessive dirt, mud or water is left thereon.
  5. d) Resident shall not be allowed to carry out major repairs on any vehicle parked within the premises of Apartments. Major repairs are those repair works that involve excessive noise, fumes or the spillage of oil, or the use of medium/heavy duty weight lifting structure/equipment.

5.4    Owner’s Risk

The Management shall not be responsible for any loss or damage or other misdemeanour to vehicles and /or their contents parked in the designated parking areas and in the Apartments howsoever arising.

5.5    Additional Structures On Car Park

Owners are not permitted to erect or build any additional structure in any part of the car park area, temporary or otherwise.

5.6    Motorcycle, Bicycles, Etc.

  1. a) All motorcycles, scooters, bicycles, etc. must be parked at the designated parking areas. If any of the above forms of transport are left in areas not designated for their use, they will be clamped or chained and a fine of RM100 will be imposed for the removal of the clamp or chain.
  2. b) Bicycles owners wishing to park their bicycles at the bicycle racks provided at Basement 2 car park of all blocks, are to apply to the Management Office for identification tag, free of charge, to be affixed onto their bicycles. A fee of RM20 will be charged for lost or damaged identification tag. Any bicycle found without the identification tag will be removed from the rack and store away accordingly.

5.7   Unauthorized Parking At GF Porches

Unauthorized vehicles/motorcycles found parked at the ground floor porches will be clamped and a fee of RM100 will be charged to release the clamp. The Management shall accepts no responsibility for any damage or other misdemeanor occurring to your vehicles whilst being clamped.

5.8    Abandoned Vehicles

A car park bay can only be used for the purpose of leaving a vehicle for a time, and such usage shall not involve leaving a broken-down vehicle in a state of abandonment. Any vehicle left in a state of abandonment in a car parking bay, even though such a bay may have been allocated to the Owner of the vehicle, shall be deemed to be a nuisance that may adversely affect the image or property value of the Apartments or that may pose a health or safety danger. Such vehicle is liable to be towed away and the costs incurred as a result thereof shall be borne by the Owner and deemed a debt from the Owner to the Management.

6.0    REFUSE/GARBAGE DISPOSAL

6.1    General

  1. a) Refuse or garbage shall be disposed-off in the refuse chamber on each floor after having been secured in non-porous polythene bags. Combustible substances such as paint and petroleum products shall not be placed in the refuse chamber. They may be placed in the refuse chamber in basement 2.
  2. b) Items such as plastics bags, sanitary towels, napkins, non-biodegradable materials, which are likely to clog the drainage and / or sewer pipes, are not to be disposed through the toilets, sink and/or basins of the apartment units. All expenses incurred in clearing such blockage shall be borne by the Resident concerned.
  3. c) No rubbish, rags, cigarette and cotton butts or any other refuse shall be permitted to be thrown through the windows, balconies and yards.
  4. d) Any Resident or Visitor found to be throwing refuse through the doors, windows or balcony shall be warned and repeated offenders after written warning will be subject to a penalty of

6.2    Heavy Or Bulky Objects& Burning

  1. a) Any heavy or bulky objects, such as furniture, mattresses, TV, refrigerators and boxes, that need to be disposed of must not be thrown at the central refuse collection but instead should be disposed-off by the Residents by making arrangements with their own refuse contractor at their own cost. The Management reserves the right to dispose of the heavy or bulky objects from the Apartments premises and the charges will be borne by the Resident concerned.
  2. b) There should be no burning for whatever purposes within the Apartments premises which may cause discomfort or nuisance to the other Residents.

6.3    Sharp And Breakable Objects

All sharp and breakable objects, such as glass, mirror and light bulbs, must be wrapped in thick layers of papers before being placed in the refuse chamber for disposal.

6.4    Refuse Chamber Door

Resident using the refuse chamber must ensure that the refuse chamber door is closed after use.

6.5    Inter-floor Leakages

Inter-floor leakages due to water, sewage or other liquids must be resolved by the Owners of the upper floor and lower floor units as the leakage is occurring in their private areas only. They shall conduct a joint inspection to establish the cause and source of leak and where it can be presumed that the leak originates from the upper floor unit, the Owner of that unit must endeavor to stop the leak through adequate repairs within a reasonable time frame so as to avoid further damage or nuisance to the lower floor unit. As the upkeep of private areas is the sole responsibility of the Owners/Residents, the role of the Management is limited to assisting in the joint inspection and facilitating discussions to find an amicable solution between the Owners/Residents of the affected units in the Apartments.

7.0    RENOVATION, DELIVERY AND REMOVAL

7.1    Working Hours

Renovation, delivery and removal works are restricted to the following hours:-

Monday-Friday                                                            :               10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

         Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday      :               Strictly not allowed

7.2    Permission Before Commencement Of Works

  1. a) Residents shall not in any event make any structural/material renovation/alteration to any part of the unit without obtaining the approval from relevant authorities and the prior written approval of the Management at least 7 days before the renovation. The Management, however, reserves the right to reject the request.
  2. b) Renovation Form must be duly completed and submitted to the Management with the relevant proposed renovation plans.

7.3    Work Schedule

Residents and their contractors are required to submit to the Management office their schedule of work before commencement.

7.4    Deposit

  1. a) A deposit of RM2,000 in cheque made payable to PPAM is required before commencement of renovation works.
  2. b) A fee of RM1,000 will be deducted for administration charges for the renovation works. This is only applicable to new owners who purchase their units after 6th June 2015.
  3. c) Such deposit is to ensure that all unwanted materials, debris, etc. are not left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircase or any other common areas and that no common property in the Apartments has been damaged. The cost of cleaning and/or repairing damages, if any, will be deducted from the deposit and the balance will be refunded to the Resident concerned. In the event that the clean-up costs and damages exceed the deposit, the Resident responsible shall be charged the additional amount.

7.5    Security Check

  1. Any delivery, removal and renovation contractors must check in at the security. The Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any unknown person for whatever purposes.
  2. Fee of RM20 and RM30 will be charged for lost or damaged to identification tag and vehicle pass respectively.

7.6    Identification Passes

All non-residents including visitors and contractors must report to the Security at the entrance guard house to be registered and obtain identification tags and vehicle passes before entering into the building premises. All identification tags must be worn at all times whilst in the premises of the Apartments. Fee of RM20 and RM30 will be charged for damaged or lost identification tag and vehicle pass respectively.

7.7    Use Of Lifts

For delivery and removal of items and debris by workmen, the use of lifts should be in line with the provisions in 4.9 stated above.

7.8    Water And Electricity

All Residents/contractors are NOT ALLOWED to tap water/electricity supply from the common areas.

7.9    Packing And Crating Materials

Residents/contractors should not dump packing/crating materials/renovation debris within the building premises. They should get their contractor to provide refuse bin for the debris.

7.10  Repairs, Alteration & Renovation Limit

  1. a) All repairs, alteration and renovation works should be confined to the limits of each apartment. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams are not permitted. Knocking down of walls and wet construction works can be performed but not encouraged. The Residents concerned are to ensure that alteration and renovation works are carried out according to existing rules and regulations of the relevant authorities.
  2. b) Authorization from relevant authorities must be presented to the Management before commencement of any alteration and renovation that is to be carried out.
  3. c) Owners/ Residents are not allowed to install any individual high voltage electrical equipment, change of electrical power supply or change of common pipe (sanitary or sewer).
  4. d) A fine of RM50 per day until the repairs, alteration and renovation limit not approved or illegal under any authorized acts or Bomba are reinstate to its original condition.

7.11  Conduct And Behaviour of Contractors

  1. a) Owners/Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behavior of their appointed contractors. Damages to the building and equipment caused by the moving of furniture or other personal effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the owner/residents concerned. The Management reserves the right to expel from the Apartments any contractor misbehaving.
  2. b) No contractors/movers/delivery man should be found in any other part of the building except specified unit(s)/area. If caught, the concerned party will be barred from entering the Apartments premises.
  3. c) Contractors should not dirty the common areas and lifts at all times. They should not use any common facilities in the Apartments.

8.0    IN THE EVENT OF DEMISE/DEATH

In the event of a demise/death in the Apartments, Residents are advised to seek the services of funeral parlours/firms providing such services. The Management would render its advice and assistance during such bereavement. On no account should funeral rites/religious rituals/prayer chanting be held in any part of the Apartments /any part of the building that may disturb other Residents/Owners/Tenants.

9.0    AMENITIES/ FACILITIES

9.1    General Rules

  1. a) To maintain the exclusiveness of Apartments living, all the common facilities are intended for use by the Residents only. Residents should present to the guard at the Control Room their Membership Card, which may be obtained from the Management Office, to register if asked by the guard when wanting to use certain facilities. The guard has been instructed to turn down any request to use certain facilities in the absence of Membership Card.
  2. b) Resident’s employees are not permitted to use the recreational facilities unless they are signed in as Visitors.
  3. c) The Resident concerned will be held responsible for any damages caused by their Visitors or themselves. Any damage caused by previous user(s) of the facilities should be reported to the Management immediately before the commencement of use of the facility.
  4. e) The Management may require any person using any of the facilities to identify himself or herself if necessary. The Management reserves the absolute right and discretion to prohibit any defaulter in maintenance fees or other agreed charges from using the common facilities.
  5. f) Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the facility premises by the Management.
  6. g) All Residents and Visitors use the facilities entirely at their own risk. The Management is not responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property. No claims will be entertained.
  7. h) The rules and regulations for all facilities in this House Rule may be changed by the Management from time to time with/without prior notice.

9.2    Gymnasium

  1. Residents may use the gymnasium from 7a.m. to 10p.m. daily.
  2. The Management reserves the absolute right and discretion to prohibit any defaulter in maintenance fees or other agreed charges from using the gymnasium.
  3. Registration for use by Owner/Resident should be made at the Control Room with Membership Card and correct information.
  4. Children below twelve (12) years old are not allowed into the gymnasium; children from 12 to 16 years old must always be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  5. Users must be properly attired with sports shoes for workout. Leather or studded shoes, slippers and footwear exposing the toes are prohibited in the gym.
  6. Before using any equipment, please read and understand the instructions and the proper usage to prevent any injuries and damage or malfunction of the equipment.
  7. Users are advised that the use of any equipment is entirely at their own risk. The Management accepts no responsibility for any injuries, death, or any loss and/or damage to their personal property howsoever caused. Users with medical conditions are advised to consult their own doctors before partaking in any gym activity.
  8. All equipment provided in the gym must be handled carefully with precaution taken to prevent damages. Users shall inform the Management or security guard immediately if there is any damage or malfunction of the equipment. If it is established that damage is wilfully caused, the user shall be held responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
  9. Relocating or moving any equipment in the gymnasium is NOT ALLOWED.
  10. After using each gym equipment, the monitors, housing, handles, benches and seats should be wiped clean to remove any sweat marks using the cloth/tissue paper so as to properly upkeep the equipment for the next user’s convenience.
  11. A maximum of 30 minutes is allowed for the use of each equipment.
  12. No smoking or food is permitted in the gymnasium. Radio or other musical instruments shall be operated at a volume so as not to interfere with the peace of other users in the gym.
  13. The last person to use the gymnasium shall switch off all the power, lights, fans, power for the equipment, lock the door and return the key to the Control Room.
  14. Each Owner/Resident is permitted to bring in a maximum of two (2) guests(for whom he shall be fully responsible) at any one time for the use of the facility.
  15. The Management may require any person using the gymnasium to identify themselves if necessary.
  16. Any person found in breach of any rule and regulation may be asked to leave the gymnasium by the Management/Security.

9.3    Exercise Room

  1. The Exercise Room is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  2. The Management reserves the absolute right and discretion to prohibit any defaulters in maintenance fees and other agreed charges from using the Exercise Room.
  3. No smoking or food is permitted in the Exercise Room.
  4. All portable equipment should be returned to their original position after use.
  5. Relocating or moving any equipment in the games room is NOT ALLOWED.
  6. The last person to use the Exercise Room shall switch off all the lights, fans, close the window, lock the doors and return the key to the Control Room.
  7. Each Resident is permitted to bring in not more than two (2) guests per unit at any one time for the use of the facilities.
  8. The equipment shall be used with due care. The Resident shall notify the Management or Security immediately if there is any damage or malfunction of equipment. If the Resident or his /her Visitor cause the damage, the Resident will be held responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
  9. The Management may require any person using the Exercise Room to identify themselves if necessary.
  10. Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the Exercise Room by the Management.
  11. All Residents and Visitors use the Exercise Room at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.4    Sauna

  1. Residents may use the sauna from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
  2. Registration for use by Residents to be made at the Control Room with Membership Card and correct information.
  3. Children below 12 years old are not permitted; children from 12 to 16 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  4. Users are advised that the use of the Sauna is entirely at their own risk. The Management accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal property and bodily injury or death howsoever caused.
  5. User is advised to take a shower before using the Sauna. User must not wet the inside of the Sauna and should be properly attired with his own towels to wipe away his sweats. Do not wear shoes or slippers or studded shoes in the Sauna.
  6. Food and beverage, and smoking are prohibited in the Sauna.
  7. All fixtures/equipment in the Sauna must be carefully handled and precaution taken to prevent damage. Users shall inform the Management or security guard immediately if there is any damage or malfunction of the fixtures/equipment. If it is established that damage is willfully caused, the user shall be held responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
  8. All lights, radio, main heating switch controls and other fixtures in the sauna must be switched off after use. The door should be locked after use.
  9. Users with medical conditions are advised to consult their own doctor before using the Sauna.
  10. Residents may be accompanied by a maximum of two visitors only.

9.5    Barbecue Pit

  1. a) Barbecue pit area may be reserved by residents for their private parties/function from 7 a.m. to 12 mid night daily.
  2. b) Residents must ensure that their visitors comply with the rules and regulations stated here at.
  3. c) No setting up of tents or camping overnight is allowed.
  4. d) No flammable equipment and portable barbecue burners are permitted at the barbecue area.
  5. e) Registration for use by Residents to be made at the Management Office in advance. A refundable deposit of RM200 will be needed, and RM50 will be deducted for cleaning the place after each use. The Resident who has made the reservation shall ensure that the barbecue pit and its surrounding area are cleared of all refuse after use. All unwanted leftover and rubbish must be disposed off properly.
  6. f) Due care shall be taken when using the barbecue pit and the fire shall be put out at the end of the function.
  7. g) No live band or disco is permitted unless with the written approval from the Management.
  8. h) Radio, TV or other musical instruments if permitted by the Management should not be operated at such high volume as to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of other Residents.
  9. i) Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of tables or chairs to be used at the barbecue area.
  10. j) The Management will not be held responsible for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their visitors, however caused, during the use of the barbecue pit.

9.6    Function Room

  1. a) Function Room is suitable for various types of community activities/functions i.e. social gathering, art and craft exhibitions, indoor games and meetings. Strictly no religious or political gatherings/assembles or funeral wakes are allowed.
  2. b) Booking is on first come – first serve basis. One (1) week advanced booking is allowed. Booking can be made at the Management Office.
  3. c) Guests list must be provided to the Management three (3) days prior to the function to be held. Maximum number of guests permitted per function is limited to 30 pax or approved by the Management from case to case.
  4. d) A deposit and a fee will be charged by the Management. The deposit will be refunded after the Management is satisfied that the area is not damage or dirty. Otherwise, the cost of clean-up and disposal of any refuse will be deducted from the deposit.

9.7    Children’s Playground

  1. Children aged 12 years or below must be accompanied by parents/adult at all times.
  2. All persons are advised to leave the area during heavy rain, lightning and thunderstorm. The Management shall not be liable for any injury or death caused to any person whilst at the play area.
  3. No animals (pets) are allowed into the area.
  4. e) Parents bringing their children to the playground shall be responsible for the acts, conduct and safety of their children.
  5. f) Residents are not permitted to eat, smoke or drink alcohol beverages whilst at the playground area.
  6. g) The Management may require any person using the children playground to identify themselves if necessary.
  7. h) Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the children playground by the Management.
  8. i) All Residents and Visitor use the children playground at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.8    Outdoor Fitness Equipment Area

  1. All persons are advised to leave the area during heavy rain, lightning and thunderstorm. The Management shall not be liable for any injury or death caused to any person whilst at the area.
  2. No animals (pets) are allowed into the area.
  3. Parents bringing their children to the area shall be responsible for the acts, conduct and safety of their children.
  4. Residents are not permitted to eat, smoke or drink alcohol beverages whilst at the area.
  5. No one is permitted to play fireworks and to start fire at the area for whatever reason.
  6. The Management may require any person using the area to identify themselves if necessary.
  7. Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the area by the Management.
  8. All Residents and Visitor use the area at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.9    Badminton Court

  1. Only Residents of the Apartments and their guests (maximum 2) are allowed to use the court.
  2. Usage of the court is on a first-come-first-served basis without any booking, but Residents are encouraged to share the facility with other Residents, and not to monopolize the court for over one hour.
  3. There should be no smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages or eating on the court or playing area.
  4. All players should be properly attired with sports shoes. Only non-marking rubber-soled shoes should be used.
  5. As the netting has been provided, users should take care not to spoil it.
  6. All children under the age of 6 years are not permitted in the game area unless accompanied and supervised by responsible adult.
  7. Only badminton game is to be played in the court which should not be used as a children’s playground or for any other purposes.
  8. All Residents and Visitors use the badminton court at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.10  Basketball Court

  1. Only Residents of the Apartments and their guests (maximum 2) are allowed to use the court.
  2. Usage of the court is on a first-come-first-served basis without any booking, but Residents are encouraged to share the facility with other Residents, and not to monopolize the court for over one hour.
  3. Residents can borrow basketball from the Control Room after paying a refundable deposit of RM50. If the basketball were damaged, the deposit will be forfeited.
  4. There should be no smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages or eating on the court or playing area.
  5. All players should be properly attired with sports shoes. Only non-marking rubber-soled shoes should be used.
  6. All children under the age of 6 years are not permitted in the game area unless accompanied and supervised by responsible adult.
  7. Only basketball game is to be played in the court which should not be used as a children’s playground or for any other purposes.
  8. All Residents and Visitors use the basketball court at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.11  Table Tennis

  1. Residents may use play table tennis in the Function Room from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
  2. Registration for use by Residents to be made at the Control Room.
  3. Only Residents of the Apartments and their guests (maximum 2) are allowed to use the facility.
  4. Usage of the table tennis tables is on a first-come-first-served basis without any booking, but Residents are encouraged to share the facility with other Residents, and not to monopolize the court for more than half an hour.
  5. As the netting, table tennis bats and balls have been provided, users should take good care of them.
  6. There should be no smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages or eating in the Function Room and playing area.
  7. All players should be properly attired with sports shoes. Only non-marking rubber-soled shoes should be used.
  8. All children under the age of 6 years are not permitted in the playing area unless accompanied and supervised by responsible adult.
  9. After the game, users should keep the table tennis bats and balls properly for the convenience of other Residents.
  10. The Management may require any person using the table tennis tables to identify themselves if necessary.
  11. Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the room by the Management.
  12. All Residents and Visitors use the table tennis tables at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.12  Table Football

  1. Residents may use the table football from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
  2. Registration for use by Residents to be made at the Control Room.
  3. Only Residents of the Apartments and their guests (maximum 2) are allowed to use the facility.
  4. Usage of the table football is on a first-come-first-served basis without any booking, but Residents are encouraged to share the facility with other Residents, and not to monopolize the table football for more than half an hour.
  5. The cost per game is RM2.00 (4 x new 50 sen coins) c/w 5 mini footballs. Coins are available at the Control Room for exchange.
  6. There should be no smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages or eating in the room.
  7. All children under the age of 6 years are not permitted in the playing area unless accompanied and supervised by responsible adult.
  8. The Management may require any person using the table football to identify themselves if necessary.
  9. Any person found in breach of any rules and regulations may be asked to leave the room by the Management.
  10. All Residents and guest use the table football at their own risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries sustained by the users or any loss and/or damage to their personal property.

9.13 Launderette

  1. a) The machines are strictly for the convenience of Mawar Residents only.
  2. b) No one should continuously use the machines for too long (over 2 times continuously) so that other users can use without having to wait too long.
  3. c) User should remove his/her clothing promptly once the clothing have been washed/dried (each wash takes about 30 minutes, each drying about 45 minutes).
  4. d) There are 2 sets of washing equipment (a washing machine and a dryer per set) are located at the ground floor of Blocks A and B.

9.14  Central Mail Box

  1. a) Individual mail box is provided for each apartment located at the ground floor.
  2. b) If a mail box is vandalized or damaged through improper use, the Owner/Tenant of that unit will be responsible to repair or replace the mail box.
  3. c) The Management will not be held responsible for any late, non-delivery or mishandling of mail.
  4. d) In the case where the mail box key is misplaced or lost/spoilt, the Owner or his authorized representative/resident is responsible to repair at their own cost.

10.0  SPECIAL NOTES

10.1  Disclaimer Of Liability

The Management, its agent, its employees and its contractors shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for loss of or damage to any person, property or injury to or death of any person in using the facilities and in the Apartments.

10.2  Terms And Conditions In The Sale And Purchase Agreement

The rules and regulations set out herein shall be in addition to but not in diminution of the terms and conditions, stipulations or specifications set out in the Sale and Purchase Agreement signed between the Owner and developer, or in the Tenancy Agreement signed between the Owner and the Tenant.