Date: 16 AUGUST 2017 | Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. | Venue: Wisma REHDA
WHY YOU CANNOT MISS THIS EVENT
Strata Management Act (“SMA”) 2013 and Strata Management Regulation (Maintenance & Management) Regulation (“SMR”) 2015 came into force on 1st June 2015. The new laws were originally supposed to hasten the issuance of strata titles, enhance protection and facilitate strata management for home buyers as well as impose stricter conditions on developers.
More than two years after its implementation, there have been calls for urgent amendments to the laws due to many unforeseen issues, consequences and obligations faced by property developers, building and property managers, JMBs, MCs, Managing Agents, Valuers and legal practitioners.
+ Special panel discussion to cover issues arising and relating to Extension of Time (EOT).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Property developers and those involved in different aspects of property management
- Government ministries, departments and officials
- Lawyers and Legal Counsels
- Joint Management Committees/Joint Management Bodies/Management Corporations
- Resident Associations
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Good practices in running JMBs/JMCs/MCs – what are current issues?
- Listen to case studies from Strata Management Tribunals (SMTs) and Commissioner of Buildings (COBs).
- Suggested good practices and how to resolve common challenges?
- Submission of strata property sub-divisions, control of common areas
- Legal issues arising from the above and how to resolve it?
Join us in the Strata Management Dialogue 2017 by REHDA Institute to discover and gain the practical tools and strategies to manage the issues highlighted to achieve the project. No one impacted by the above can afford to miss this seminar conducted by the expert speakers, some whom were involved in the consultative process and drafting of the Act and Regulations.
- +Special panel discussion to cover issues arising and relating to Extension of Time (EOT).
- Overview of the current and the recent trends in Strata Management application.
- Understand the impact of the new Acts.
- Impact of schedule of parcels to developers, professionals and purchasers.
- Understand what is involved in maintenance and management of building and common property.