Exciting News for Jaya One Property Owners!

We’ve got some great news to share about changes to our maintenance billing at Jaya One recently. The good part? It’s now more affordable than before. This isn’t just about money – it’s about making things fair for everyone.

But there’s more to this story. We’re not just looking at the present – we’re going back in time to fix past mistakes and set things right.

This new maintenance billing is a big deal. It might help us uncover mistakes from the past, and there’s even a courtroom battle on the horizon. Let’s hope our legal system can protect our rights and bring closure.

In short, this revised rate is a game-changer. It gives hope to us property owners and promises a big legal showdown with long-lasting effects.

Are you ready for an exciting story? Imagine us property owners celebrating as unfair rates are corrected while old mistakes come to light. But the adventure doesn’t end there. We’re entering a legal maze, where justice is on the line, and your voice matters. Join the conversation, share your thoughts, and be part of making things fair. It’s a story full of suspense, making things right, and a chance to make a difference. Your turn, readers – the story gets better with every comment! And again not to worry, your identity is safe and anonymity assured.

All your feedbacks and comments will posted in the given space below. Just scroll down to the bottom of this page.

  1. We’re all pretty happy about the recent changes, but I want to share some important things to keep in mind. Drawing from my legal background, I’ve done some research and found similar court cases that didn’t go well for the property owners. Two examples are Pearl Suria Residence in Old Klang Road, KL, and Springtide Residences in Tanjung Tokong, Penang. In both cases, the courts ruled in favor of the management corporations and against the property owners.

    Here are some key points to think about based on those cases:

    1. In the Pearl Suria Residence case, the court said it’s okay for the management corporation to charge different maintenance fees for different types of properties, as long as it follows the law (Section 60 (3) (b) of the Strata Management Act 2013).

    2. The judge in Pearl Suria Residence also talked about fairness, saying it wouldn’t be fair to make owners of different property types pay the same fees.

    3. In Springtide Residences, they brought up “res judicata,” which means the issue had already been settled in the Strata Management Tribunal. Some might wonder why we didn’t try that first.

    4. It’s important to note that the Springtide Residences management corporation has the legal right to set different charges under the Strata Management Act 2013.

    To sum it up, I want Jaya One property owners to be happy about the changes, but also be cautious. We’re in uncharted territory, and there are past cases that didn’t go our way. We need to be prepared for the possibility that the judgment might not be in our favor, and the management corporation could even ask for backdated charges.

    1. Wow, good insights! Your legal knowledge has given us quite the eye-opener. It’s like you’re the detective in a thrilling courtroom drama, and your insights have at the very least me had me captivated.

      Thanks for breaking down those tricky cases, Pearl Suria Residence and Springtide Residences. It’s like you’ve cracked a secret code in the world of property management – it’s as mysterious as a Dan Brown novel!

      And yes, even though we’re excited about lower property management rates, your cautionary words remind us that there’s still a lot we don’t know. We’re not going to run through this new territory without thinking twice. And the idea of possibly having to pay back charges is like a twist in the plot that keeps us on our toes.

  2. How did the management decide to adopt the single rate maintenance charges, ah? Can we simply change the maintenance rates to a single tier one without having an AGM and voted upon?? No joking matter. Please input.

    1. Honestly I think you can’t change the rates without a special meeting. We need to know why the management made this choice. Did they talk to property owners, look at the money side, and think about what’s happening in our community?

      It would help if we got official papers or notes from the management that explain how they decided this. If they had meetings about it, we should check those notes too to see why they picked the single rate.

      To sum it up, a good answer should admit that this decision is tricky. It should also say they talked to legal experts and thought about everything before choosing the single rate. They should explain all this while using official info to back it up.

  3. Hey folks, can someone spill the beans on the latest courtroom circus? We’re talking about those High Court decisions that got a U-turn, the administrators they brought in, and the big bucks they’re spending on lawyers.

    Now, here’s the million-dollar question: how’s all this legal drama gonna affect us? And is that initial budget of RM500,000 for legal fees gonna cut it, or are we in for a financial rollercoaster?

    1. I’ll try my best to get you all the court papers I can find, but I have limited resources and connections. I’m really not sure we can figure out how much this legal stuff is gonna cost us with all the recent changes. Chances are, we’ll end up spending way more than the original RM500,000 estimate.

  4. Aiyah I know that this isn’t directly related, but I want to talk about how we keep getting new property managers all the time??? Why do they keep leaving, and how does this mess with our Jaya One? Can we do something to stop this and make sure we have a stable management team? I have not touched on the many change of security companies yet.

  5. Had a busy day yesterday and couldn’t reply. Managed to squeeze some time now over lunch to answer you. You’re absolutely right; the changing of property managers at Jaya One is a real head-scratcher. There could be many reasons behind it – like the legal tangles, the pressure of handling a big place like Jaya One, and the money uncertainties.

    But here’s the thing: all this switching can mess things up. It means decisions keep changing, problems take longer to fix, and sometimes, the rules aren’t the same. Plus, it can make owners feel like they’re on a rollercoaster of uncertainty.

    We’re hoping they’re doing something to sort this out and make things more stable for the management team. They should talk to the old managers and find out what went wrong and how to make it better. In the end, we all want Jaya One to be a chill and well-run place, right?

  6. Hold onto your hats for this one! So, I heard a wild story: there’s this tenant in Block H who’s in the wellness biz. And guess what? They’re refusing to pay take up the space and pay rent because, get this, Jaya One doesn’t have a valid fire safety certificate from Bomba.

    Now, this potential tenant needs that certificate to get their business operating license. But here’s the shocker: do we really not have the Bomba certificate?

    I’ll be damned if it was true and I sympathize with the owner of that Lot for loss of income.

    1. I can’t give you a straight answer right now, but I’ve got my eye on that situation you mentioned. Let me dig into it and get back to you here. It’s kind of funny how some of these questions might have been sorted out if our AGM happened on time. The delay in the meeting is making things even more mysterious. So, stay tuned – there might be more to this story than we think!

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