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House Rules

These house rules are specially prepared to assist you in the moving-in process and setting up your home in the condominium. Do find the time to read them and if you still have questions which are not answered, please feel free to approach the Management Staff. We are only too pleased to assist you in any way possible.

Some residents may disagree with certain House Rules, but it should be appreciated that the House Rules are formulated for the common good. However, to meet the changes in the owner's requirements, the House Rules can be revised as necessary at any Annual General Meeting, if such changes have a majority support and provided they meet the requirements of the Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act.

Your co-operation in observing the rules and regulations set in the following pages will help to make the estate a more congenial place to live. The House Rules have a legally binding effect on all owners, residents and visitors.

The specific house rules for La Feista can be downloaded from the document section of the portal available here. Only registered users are able to download the house rules. To register and request an account please click on the register link at the top of the page (or available here). Once approved by management you will then have access to the restricted areas of the portal.

Definitions

"Development" means the development known as "La Fiesta" including the Buildings and Common Property.

"Common Property" means the common property in the Development, consisting Clubhouse, Pool Bar, Dining Pavilion, Lily Pond, all themed Gardens, Pizzeria & Teppanyaki Pavilions, Gym, Aqua Gym, Main Pool, Social Pool, Spa Pool, Kiddie Pool, Water Play Zone, Shuttle Run Station, Sit-up Station, Chin-up Station, Standing Broad Jump Station, Dragon Cavern, Tennis Court, BBQ Pavilions, Outdoor Fitness, Jogging Track, Sundeck, Guardhouse, Steam Baths & Shower/ Changing Rooms, Landscape Areas, Refuse Chambers, Refuse Chutes, Guard Entrance Drop off Point, Electrical Sub-station, Consumer Switch Room, MDF Room, Pump Rooms, Lobbies, Corridors, Walkways, Car Parks, Driveways, Letter Box, Auto Barrier and all common property as defined in the Buildings Maintenance and Strata Management Act (revised edition 2008).

"Building" means a block comprising of the units in the Development.

"Unit" means a strata unit or proposed strata unit in the Development.

"Subsidiary Proprietor" means a registered subsidiary proprietor of a Unit in the Development.

"Resident" means a person residing in a Unit in the Development but excluding their maids and / or employees.

"Guest"means a person other than the Resident and is at the Development at the invitation of the Residents but does not include their maids and / or employees.

"Developer"means EL Development (Sengkang) Pte Ltd.

"Management"means the Management Corporation or its' Managing Agent being responsible for the Management and Maintenance of the condominium:

  1. Prior to the constitution of the Management Corporation for the Development:
    1. EL Development (Sengkang) Pte Ltd; or
    2. such other Managing Agent(s) as may be appointed by the Developer.
  2. The Management Corporation of the Development when it is duly constituted upon registration of the strata title plan for the Development.

"Rules" means the house rules and regulations as set out herewith.

General Rules & Regulations

  1. All Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure due compliance of the Rules.
  2. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall:
    1. Use the Building or Unit for its approved purposes only and not to use or permit the Building or Unit to be used for any illegal purposes. Nor use or permit it to be use in such a manner or for such purpose that may annoy or in any way interfere with the quiet enjoyment of the other Subsidiary Proprietors / Residents, which may be injurious to the reputation of the Building;
    2. Not use the Unit for any purpose contrary to the terms of user of that Unit as approved by the competent authority pursuant to the Planning Act (Cap 232);
    3. Not store more than the quantity of LPG as stipulated in the Fire Safety Regulations;
    4. Not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage or deface any structure that form part of the Common Property without the approval in writing from the Management;
    5. Not change the colour scheme or decoration of the external balcony / facade of a Unit;
    6. Not affix or erect any shade, blind, aerial, awning, grille, exhaust fan or the like to the windows, balconies or the exterior areas of the Unit without the prior written approval from the Management or which is not in accordance with the design and specifications of the Management;
    7. Not affix, erect or demolish any structure of the Unit without any written approval from the Management or relevant authorities;
    8. Not place potted plants or any other objects on balconies and window ledges or in a manner which pose safety hazard to other Residents;
    9. Not throw or allow to fall any refuse or rubbish of any description on the Common Property or any part thereof except in refuse bins or in refuse chutes provided in the Development;
    10. Not throw rubbish, rags or other refuse or permit the same to be thrown into sinks, baths, lavatories, cisterns or water or soil pipes in the Development except in rubbish bins and chutes provided for that purpose;
    11. Not throw into bins or out of windows any inflammable object (including tin cans used for inflammable contents and cigarettes butts), or glass of any kind (including bottles or any china ware), or big boxes and hard board or liquid of any kind. All breakable articles and / or bulky refuse must be packed and placed in the bulk bin found at the ground floor;
    12. Not throw or allow any objects to fall onto any neighbouring railing line or railing area;
    13. Not install any television antenna on the roof top or at the balcony or veranda or any part thereof of the Development or Unit without the prior written approval from the Management;
    14. Not put any name, writing, signboard, plates or placard of any kind on any window or veranda or on the exterior of the Development or Unit or any part thereof;
    15. Not allow clothes or other articles to be hung or exposed outside the Development or Unit or any part thereof except in the area designated for such purpose or without the prior written consent from the Management;
    16. Not allow to store or place any personal belongings along the corridors, staircases or any part of the Common Property which may cause obstruction or nuisance to other Residents;
    17. Not keep any bird, dog or other types of animals which may cause annoyance or nuisance to the other Residents;
    18. Not allow unleashed dog or any other pets unattended in or around the Common Property;
    19. Not burn joss papers at the lobby / staircases or any part of the Common Property except at areas designated by the Management;
    20. Not hold funeral wake in the Common Property;
    21. Not skate or roller blade in the Common Property;
    22. Not ride or use bicycles, tricycles and the like at the corridor, stairway, lift lobby, or any part of the Common Property;
    23. Not place advertisements, circulars or notices in mailboxes or on any Common Property and distribute them to every unit without the prior written approval from the Management. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident may not give permission to a third party to do so unless he has prior written approval from the Management;
    24. Not obstruct the lawful use of Common Property by any other person;
    25. Not place or store any structure / equipment / property / things on the Common Property. The structure / equipment / property / things and the cost of removal shall be recovered from the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident concerned;
    26. Not park or permit vehicles to be parked or left stationary at any place except at such place(s) designated by the Management and shall not carry out any major repair work to any vehicle within the Building premises.
  3. All Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall give notice in writing to the Management of any change of address for service of notices to him. If the Subsidiary Proprietor has sold his unit, he must within ten (10) days upon the completion of the sale give to the Management a notice specifying the name of the transferees in full and address in Singapore for the service of notices on the transferees and the date of the transfer to the management. The said notices shall also be certified by the transferee or his solicitors stating that the information contained in the notice is accurate and correct.
  4. All Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall allow the Management / Maintenance Personnel the right to access his unit for maintenance, repair and renewal purposes when given in Three (3) days of advance notice. This right extends to the external facade cleaning. Notice in writing shall not apply in the event of emergency and where under the direction of relevant authorities.
  5. All Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall also comply with the "RESTRICTIONS ON USE AND ENJOYMENT" as stated in the Sale and Purchase Agreement (Schedule A).
  6. All Subsidiary Proprietor shall give notice in writing to the Management if he has leased out his unit.
  7. Property Agents who are engaged by the Subsidiary Proprietor have to register at the guard house and exchange photo identification for a 'C' pass to gain access into La Fiesta estate. Additionally, they shall be liable for the behaviour of their clients.

Renovation Works

  1. General
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident intending to carry out any renovation, alterations or additions to a Unit; application to the Management must be submitted before carrying out any of the said works. Application for renovation works can be made in the prescribed forms. All relevant documents such as plans / sketches and approvals from the relevant authorities (if necessary) must be submitted together with these application forms.
    2. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident must notify the Management on the commencement date of such work together with a work schedule seven (7) days prior to the commencement of work.
    3. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that works to be carried out will not in any way affect the structure of the Unit or the Common Property.
    4. No works are allowed to carry out unless all necessary submissions are endorsed by the Management. However, such endorsement does not constitute approval from the Building Authorities. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident must bear full responsibility to ensure compliance with the Building by-laws, and other regulations from the relevant authorities that may be introduced and applicable from time to time.
    5. Due care and caution must be exercised at all times to ensure no disturbance, nuisance or annoyance is caused to other Residents.
    6. Due care must also be taken to ensure that no objects or materials are placed in such a way that it may endanger the safety of other Residents or member of the public.
    7. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident is required to indemnify the Management against any legal proceedings or suits arising from such works regardless of whether or not it arose from the negligence of the Subsidiary Proprietor, Contractor or any of their servants or agents.
    8. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that there are no illegal workers being deployed to carry out renovation works in their premises.
  2. Type of work The Subsidiary Proprietor's/Resident's appointed contractor and its listed sub-contractors ("Appointed Contractor") can only carry out the type(s) of work specified in the Permit from the Management to the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident.
  3. Permitted Hours
    1. Work can only be carried out within the following times:
      Mondays to Fridays - 9:00am to 5:00pm
      Saturdays - 9:00am to 1:00pm
    2. No work is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays.
    3. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident is to write-in to the Management three (3) working days prior to the work seeking approval, should there be a need to carry out work beyond the specified hours in Clause (3a). The scope of work to be carried out must not affect the quiet enjoyment of other Residents.
    4. Noisy work can only be carried out within the following times:
      Mondays to Fridays - 10:00am to 4:00pm
  4. Security Deposit

    When a Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident submits an application for renovation works, he is required to place a refundable deposit of S$1,000.00 made payable to: "MCST 4463"

    Subject to the Management being satisfied that the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident has complied with all conditions stated herein and that the completed renovation works have not caused any damage to the Common Property, the deposit will be refunded to the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident free-of-interest.

    In the event of any damage is made, the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall be fully liable to rectify them within seven (7) days from notice served by the Management. Failing which, the Management reserves the right to make good the damage, deduct the rectification costs from the deposit and recover any remaining costs from the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident. The deposit shall be forfeited if any of the conditions herein are not complied with.

    Once the Management has approved the Subsidiary Proprietor's / Resident's application for renovation works, a permit for renovation will be given to paste outside their Units. This permit can only be removed towards the end of the renovation period.

    The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident is advised to check with the Management before releasing the final payment to their Appointed Contractor.

    The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident is to contact the Managing Agent for the release of the cheque deposit upon the completion of the renovation.

  5. Security / Renovation / Repair Works
    1. All workers of the Appointed Contractor are to register with the security personnel at the guard house before entering the Development. They are to report which Unit they will be carrying out the renovation works and to exchange their identity card, work permit or any other identification documents for a contractor pass. Upon entering the Development, all workers of the Appointed Contractor are to wear and display their contractor passes at all times.
    2. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of his Appointed Contractor and his workman while in the Development.
    3. The renovation works must be carried out within the Subsidiary Proprietor's / Resident's Unit. Under no circumstances are works allowed to carry out in the Common Property. The workers shall not loiter in / around the Common Property.
    4. Any worker found misbehaving or refusing to comply with the security procedures shall be evicted from the Development and barred from future entry.
    5. All contractors and sub-contractors shall ensure that all their foreign workers hold valid work permits.
    6. A valid public liability insurance policy with sum insured of $1 million in favour of the Management shall be provided for the duration of the renovation work if the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident is to carry out any renovation works.
  6. Protection to Common Property
    1. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that his Appointed Contractor takes all necessary precautions to protect the Common Property (particularly the lifts, passageways leading to the Unit) during their renovation period.
    2. Protection covers must be provided by the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident or his Appointed Contractor at their own expense.
    3. Any damage to the Common Property shall be rectified by the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident at their own expense. Failing which, the Management shall do good the said damages and deduct the repair cost from the deposit. In the event of the deposit being insufficient to meet the Management' claim, the difference between the said deposit and the amount claimed by the Management will be recovered from the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident concerned. All Contractors are required to clean up the dirt / debris / stains created / caused on the Common Property during renovation on daily basis.
  7. Removal of Debris
    1. All Appointed Contractors are required to remove their own debris from the Development daily or at such intervals as directed by the Management.
    2. If the debris is not removed at such intervals as stated above, the Management may proceed to engage other workmen for the removal and the cost arising therefrom will be recovered from the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident. Deduction will be made from the deposit at the rate of S$500.00 per lorry load calculated to the nearest whole load per occasion. The labour cost shall be calculated at the rate of S$150.00 per workman per day.
    3. The Management or his workmen shall not be responsible for any loss of stocks, goods, parts, etc. whilst carrying out such clearance.
    4. Any shortfall in the amount recoverable shall be billed to the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident as maintenance contribution arrears.
    5. Disposal of debris / renovation garbage through the waste pipe or refuse chute is strictly prohibited.
  8. Obstruction to Common Passage, Fire Escape, etc.
    The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that all renovation materials are stored within his Unit as any obstruction to the common corridors, fire escape routes, etc. shall be immediately cleared away by the Management. All costs incurred shall be charged to the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident concerned.
  9. Cleanliness
    The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that his Appointed Contractor maintains the general cleanliness of the Common Property used by their workers. Any area dirtied shall be cleaned up immediately to the satisfaction of the Management.
  10. Lift
    1. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that adequate protection are taken to protect the lift walls, flooring and fittings (including the provision of appropriate protection covers at his own expense) when using the lift for carrying out any works. The maximum allowable door height is 2.1 m.
    2. No heavy machinery is allowed in the lift and the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall ensure that there is no overloading of the lift. The maximum allowable weight is 1,020 kg (15 persons).
  11. Electricity

    All installation works carried out shall comply with the latest rules & regulations as according to the Singapore Standard and Code of Practice and shall be governed by all relevant regulations on electricity supply.

    No upgrading / downsizing of electricity supply is allowed to be carried out unless detailed drawings are submitted by the Subsidiary Proprietor and approved by the Management and its Licensed Electrical Engineer. Such upgrading / downsizing works must be carried out by the Project Electrical Contractor. The cost will be borne by the Subsidiary Proprietor concerned.

  12. Air-Conditioning Units
    No installation of air-conditioning's condenser unit is permitted unless written permission is granted by the Management.
  13. Replacement of Floor Tiles and Other Alteration and Addition at Wet Area
    The bathrooms, kitchen, and flat roof are designated as wet area, and a layer of waterproofing membrane is laid below the tiles of all wet area. In order to prevent possible water leak to the ceiling of the immediate lower floor Unit, Subsidiary Proprietors / Residents are advised not to replace the floor tiles at wet areas. Any alteration affecting the waterproofing and resulting in leakage to the lower floor Unit shall be rectified by the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident concerned and at their own cost.
  14. Control of External Facade
    1. The installation of grilles for windows and doors of a unit shall be for security purposes only.
    2. Grilles should be fixed on the internal side of the windows for window grilles, and within the strata boundary line for the main door and yard. The colour for window grilles is required to match the existing window frame of grey colour,RAL 7012 Basalt Grey (powder coat) . Alternatively, "Invisible Grille" which are made from high tension stainless steel that would not compromised the facade of the Development are acceptable grilles.
    3. For installation of outdoor blinds to prevent or to block out sunlight, heat or rain water from entering the balcony area, the approved colour shall be grey, colour code shall be 331-7.
    4. The main door shall not be changed, painted or varnished with other colours that are not consistent with the existing type or colour.
    5. For installation of grille gate (at the main entrance) and the enclosure for yard area (other than with grilles), Subsidiary Proprietors are advised to obtain prior approval from Management in accordance with the specifications.
    6. To maintain the aesthetics of the building facade, all Subsidiary Proprietors who wish to install balcony screen are to follow the design, colour and specifications given by the Management and to make application to the Management for approval.
    7. For installation of outdoor roller blinds to prevent or to block out sunlight, heat or rain water from entering the balcony area, the approved colour shall be:
      (i) (for blind) Grey, with colour code 331-7
      (ii) (for frame) Basalt Grey, with colour code RAL 7012 (powder coat)
      (iii) (for Ziptrak blinds) Pewter, with 3% - 5% openness factor and those with frame, the color code shall be RAL 7012 Basalt Grey (powder coat)
  15. Others
    1. The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall allow any authorised personnel of the Management access to their Unit during renovation for checking purposes and ensuring no unauthorised work has been or is being carried out. The authorized personnel is at liberty to take photographs of any unauthorised renovation works in the Unit for their perusal.
    2. The Management has absolute discretion to reserve all rights to reject any application and revoke any approval / permit granted. The Management shall not be liable for any cost or damage arising from the rejection of any renovation application or the revocation of any approval / permit.
    3. Subject to the prior written consent of the Management and the approval being obtained from the relevant authorities, repair, renovation, alteration or additional works are to be carried out by the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident at his own cost and expense and under the following conditions:
      1. no hacking of any walls, beams, slabs, columns and any structural members;
      2. no re-location of the water and sanitary system;
      3. no re-running of the electrical system;
      4. no alterations or re-location of the terrace, doors and doorways;
      5. no raising of the floor level or increasing the total load of the floor;
      6. no sunshades or awnings of any design or shape;
      7. no permanent or retractable clothes hanger / awnings.
    4. No pneumatic drills are permitted for any renovation works. Not more than two electric drills are permitted at each occasion.
    5. Precaution should be taken against damaging any concealed electrical wiring, water piping, air-conditioning piping, any other piping and floor slabs. It is the responsibility of the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident and his Contractor to ensure such pipes and wiring are not damaged during their renovation works.
    6. Installation of air-conditioning units is only permitted in areas designated for such installations. Except for the foregoing and unless approved in writing by the Management, no Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall install any wiring for electrical or telephone installations or install any machines or air-conditioning units or other equipment or appurtenances whatsoever on the exterior of the Unit or Building or protruding through walls, windows or roofs thereof, whether or not visible from the outside of the Building.
    7. The Management shall have the authority to demolish or remove any unauthorized additions or alterations to the Unit after giving fourteen (14) days' written notice to the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident concerned. All costs and expenses incurred in respect of such demolition or removal shall be borne by the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident who shall fully indemnify the Management against all such costs and expenses, and against all loss or damage in respect of such demolition or removal including any legal costs incurred by the Management therefrom on an indemnify basis.
    8. Where the works undertaken poses a danger to lives or building, the Management has the right to terminate the said work immediately.
    9. If any of the above rules is breached, the Management has the right and authority to stop or prevent anyone from undertaking or continuing with any works and demand the Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident to make good damage (if any) at his own cost.
  16. About Internal Units' walls and floor
    1. Internal Walls

      Units in La Fiesta are constructed with drywall system. The internal walls in the units are constructed using a durable impact resistant partition system, GypWall Robust that is superior alternative to traditional brick walls.

      Please be advised on the below highlights on installations of fixtures/features on the Gyproc wall systems:

      Please refer to supplier's manual for more details. Residents may contact the manufacturer, M/s Chian Jin Building Contractor (Mr Max Ng) at Tel: 6367-5988, Fax: 6365-7988 for any enquiries to the Gyproc wall systems.

    2. Laminate Flooring

      In order to keep your laminate floor looking new, it's important to properly clean and care for it. Laminate flooring is chosen for its easy care, durability and resiliency overlay, all of which will last permanently.

      Laminate is first and foremost very easy to maintain. Nevertheless, proper cleaning is necessary. In order to maintain the exceptional appearance of your flooring, the correct use of cleaning agents and proper techniques are required.

      By following the care and cleaning instructions, your laminate floor would last.

      Care and cleaning tips

      1. Use a damp cloth to remove the toughest stains easily.
      2. Furniture should not be dragged or pushed across the surface. It should be lifted and put into place. For those with chairs on laminate floor, we highly recommend affixing felt pads to the chair legs. If using castors with office chairs, please use soft rubber ones.
      3. In high-traffic areas with lots of dirt, such as entryways, mats will help to protect against abrasions.
      4. Furniture legs should be protected with felt pads to guard against scratching. Note that you can void your warranty should you not use felt pads.
      5. Office chairs with wheels should use class W, soft castors.
      6. Standing water should be avoided at all costs. Be extra cautious in areas with flowerpots, vases, near water faucets.
      7. If you use cleaning agents to cleanse the floor, make sure that all residues are removed. Never use cleaning agents that contain wax or oil. These materials cannot penetrate the surface or the laminate flooring, thus forming a film that attracts dirt.

    Unsuitable cleaning agents:

    - Waxes

    - Bleach

    - Strong Solvents

    - Abrasive polish that can damage the surface coating

    Basically, laminate floor can be cleaned with just a cloth, mop, broom or vacuum cleaner. Surface dirt can be easily removed with a cloth or vacuum cleaner. Scuff marks and difficult stains can be removed just as easily. Simply wipe your floor with a damp cloth. Please note that the cloth should be wrung out before wiping.

    If you do clean your laminate floor using a cleaning agent, make sure that you dry the floor as thoroughly as possible so that no residue remains.

    For enquiries on laminate flooring, residents may contact the manufacturer, M/s Chian Jin Building Contractor (Mr Max Ng) at Tel: 6367-5988, Fax: 6365-7988.

House Moving & Bulk Delivery

  1. Prior Notice
    The Resident shall give seven (7) working days' notice prior to any house moving; submit the prescribed application form to the Management. Please refer to Appendix 2.
  2. Permitted Hours
    1. House Moving can only be carried out within the following times:
      Mondays to Fridays - 9:00am to 5:00pm
      Saturdays - 9:00am to 1:00pm
      Sundays / Public Holidays - Not Allowed
    2. The Resident shall obtain written consent from the Management in the event of a need to carry out the house moving beyond the specified hours in the above clause 2(a) and provided that the works do not affect the quiet enjoyment of the other Residents.
    3. The Resident shall paste the Permit granted by the Management outside their Unit on the day they are to carry out their moving works.
  3. Security
    1. Before entering the Development to carry out the moving works, all workers of the movers appointed by the Resident shall register with the security personnel at the guard house, indicating the Unit which they are to carry out the moving works and to exchange their identity card, work permit or any other identification documents for a contractor pass. Upon entering the Development, all workers of the Appointed Contractor are to wear and display their contractor passes at all time.
    2. The Resident shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of his movers and its workers while in the Development.
    3. The workers of the movers shall not loiter around the Common Property.
    4. Any worker found misbehaving or refusing to comply with the security procedures shall be evicted from the Development and barred from future entry.
  4. Lift
    1. The Resident shall ensure that adequate protection is given to the lift walls, floor and fittings (including the provision of appropriate protection at his own expenses) when using the lift for carrying out the works.
    2. No overloading of lift is allowed. Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident are allowed to use the Passenger Lift only and the maximum allowable weight is 1,020 kg (15 persons) and the maximum allowable door height is 2.1 m.
  5. Cleanliness
    1. The Resident shall ensure that his movers and their workers are to maintain the general cleanliness of the Common Property at all times. Any area dirtied shall be cleaned up immediately to the satisfaction of the Management.
    2. No debris is to be disposed on the Common Property. All debris must be removed from the Development upon completion of works at the end of each day.
  6. Refundable Deposit
    When submitting the application for house moving, the Resident shall pay a refundable deposit of S$1,000.00 to the Management make payable to "MCST 4463" refunded, free-of-interest to the Resident subject to compliance with the conditions stated herein, and to all claims due to damage to the Common Property arising out of or in the course of the execution of the works. In the event of the deposit being insufficient to meet the Management's claim, the Resident and the company in which he is acting on, shall compensate and pay the Management the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Management. The said deposit shall be forfeited if any of the conditions stated herein are not complied with.
    The Resident is to contact the Managing Agent for the release of the cheque deposit upon the completion of the house moving period.
  7. Movers' Vehicle Size
    No vehicle exceeding the maximum height of 2.2 m is allowed to enter the Development.
  8. Others
    Resident is to ensure that their furniture, furnishings and other ornaments items are accessible to the lifts and staircases prior to moving in / out of the Development. The Management will not be held responsible for such items which are unable to be shifted in / out or left unattended on the common areas.

Car Parking - Electronic Parking System (EPS)

Definitions

  1. Parking for Residents

    Car parking in the estate is subject to application with the Management based on access via the vehicle's IU number.

    Residents are to complete and deliver the prescribed application form together with the following supporting documents to the Management:

    1. All Vehicles must be registered in the name of the Owner and copy of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) Registration Log Card of Vehicle must be submitted.
    2. Tenant must provide a copy of the stamped Tenancy Agreement and all supporting documents NRIC, Work Permit, Passport Number.
    3. Rental Vehicle must provide a Rental Agreement indicating the name and NRIC / Passport Number of the Owner, Occupant or Tenant hiring the Vehicle and address in the Development.
    4. Company vehicle must be accompanied by a Letter of Authorization with the company's letterhead bearing the registered company name indicating the name and NRIC / Passport Number of the Owner, Occupant or Tenant's driving their company car and address in the Development.
    5. Subsidiary Proprietors who are not staying in La Fiesta wish to register their company vehicle, must provide the document that the vehicle was registered in the place they are residing.
    6. Other documents that are deemed acceptable to the Management.
    7. Car labels issued are non-transferable. Car labels should be displayed at all time and without proper display, the vehicle will be wheel-clamped.
    8. First application and change of first vehicle is free of charge. Subsequent application of 2nd and 3rd vehicle is subject to a non-refundable administrative fee of S$10.00 (Subject to GST). Change of vehicle for 2nd and 3rd vehicle, the non-refundable administrative fee will be imposed to update the new car label.
    9. If there were more than once within the month, change of first vehicle, a non- refundable administrative fee of S$10.70 (GST included) would be charge for the car decal
    10. 2nd vehicle application is on a first-come-first-serve basis and subject to the availability of car park lots. 3rd vehicle application is subject to monthly council approval. In the event of shortage of car park lots, balloting shall be carried out on units with more vehicles and the registration will be cancelled within 30 days upon notice. A monthly parking fee of $60.00 ($64.20 including GST) is payable for the 2nd car and $150.00 ($160.50 including GST) is for the 3rd car. All fees shall be payable on a quarterly basis.
    11. For 2nd and 3rd vehicle application, it is subjected to one month parking fee as deposit. Upon cancellation, car decal should be returned.
    12. (k) The Subsidiary Proprietor / Resident shall be responsible to submit their current car ownership status to the Management upon completion of the prescribed form.
    13. For loss of car label, a non-refundable fee of S$10.00 (subject to GST) will be imposed for the replacement of car label. The Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident has to produce to the Management a signed documentary/declaration letter declaring the lost of his/her car park label before a replacement car park label will be issued by the Management.
    14. For Resident/Nominee, a letter of authorization from the Subsidiary Proprietor and a signed documentary/declaration letter declaring the lost declaring lost of his/her car park label are required for the submission to the Management before a replacement decal will be issued to them. The name and identification/passport number of the Resident/Nominee must be clearly mentioned in the authorization letter.
    15. The Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident is required to update the Management without any notice on their change of vehicle as well as their new/replacement vehicle's IU number for security barriers access before a new/replacement car decal will be issued to the Resident.
    16. The Management reserves its right to amend the above rules and regulation at its sole discretion at any time. The Management also reserves the right to withdraw, at any time, the car park labels approved and awarded in the event any applicant is found to be in breach of any house rules of La Fiesta.
    17. The parking lots should not be abused for commercial purpose. Management reserves the right to revoke the registration of 2nd and 3rd vehicle
  2. Visitor's Parking
    1. All visitors are only allowed to park in the designated car park lots for visitors subject to availability.
    2. Visitors' vehicles are not permitted to park overnight within the estate of La Fiesta unless prior written notice has been given and written approval has been obtained thereof from the Management.
    3. Each visitor parking slip is valid till 12 midnight for the day of issue only. Vehicle owners wishing to stay in the estate beyond the stipulated time should inform the unit's owner to apply for overnight parking at the Main Guardhouse prior to the expiry of the permitted parking period.
    4. The security guards in the Main Guardhouse can issue 1 day of overnight parking only. For residents who wish to apply more than 1 day of overnight parking, please approach the management office to apply during office hour.
    5. Each unit is only allowed to apply for 3 nights of overnight parking per month for visitors. The application can only be applied during office hour and approved vehicles should park at basement 2.
    6. Visitors parking are meant for use by bona fide visitors to the residents’ unit. An admin charge of $200.00 excluding GST, with a surcharge of $50 excluding GST, for every additional instance will be imposed on the relevant resident if any abuse is discovered. Illustration of abuse, non-exhaustively allowing relative or friend to park their vehicle as a visitor while the intention of such visitor is actually to park the vehicle in La Fiesta for free, while he attends to his work outside of La Fiesta.
  3. Replacement of Vehicle
    Any replacement of Vehicle must be registered with the Management with submission of relevant documents as per new vehicle application which will supersede the old application from the unit concerned.
  4. Replacement of Vehicle IU reader
    Replacement of IU Reader in the vehicle must be reported to the Management as soon as possible so that the Management can update the Electronic Parking System accordingly.
  5. Registered Parking Rights
    If the residential unit is tenanted out, the unit parking rights in the estate shall be deemed to be transferred to the tenant.
  6. Speed and Height Limit
    Drivers shall ensure the maximum speed is below 10km/hr within the Basement Car Park. The maximum permissible height is 2.2 m when entering the car park.
  7. Vandalism Acts of vandalism or persons caught vandalizing any property, equipment or vehicle shall be referred or handed over to the police for action. The cost of repairing any damages displaying surveillance equipment shall be borne by the offender.
  8. Unauthorised Parking

    The Management may without notice, cause any vehicles found parked in the Development without any prior written authorization from the Management or any vehicles found parked in areas not drawn as parking lots, shall render the vehicles to be:

    1. Wheel clamped for which an admin charge of S$200.00 excluding GST will be imposed for release of wheel clamp. A surcharge of $50.00 per 24 hours will also be imposed for vehicles that has been clamped for more than initial 24 hours.
      The followings will be deemed as unauthorised parking:
      1. Registered vehicles with no car decal displayed
      2. Visiting vehicles with no visitors parking slip displayed
      3. Temporary vehicles with no temporary parking permit
      4. Vehicles which is parked erroneously on 2 car parking lots
      5. Vehicle which is parked in an unauthorised area and/ or in any manner causing obstruction to vehicular traffic on the common driveway or car park
    2. In the event that the owner of the visiting unit is uncontactable, the security officer will contact the driver of the vehicle. Whether contactable or not, subsequently a grace period of 10 minutes will be given. The security guard will issue a 1st warning slip to the car owner after the grace period of 10 minutes.
    3. A 2nd warning slip will be issued after another 10 minutes. If the car owner has not moved the vehicles after the issuing of the 2nd warning slip, a final 10 minutes will be given. If the car owner still has not complied, it will result in the car being wheel-clamped without further notice.
    4. Payment to be made in cash to the Management during office hours and to the Guardhouse after office hours; and/or
    5. Towed away and the cost of removal (including administrative fee) shall be borne by the owner of such vehicle and payable in cash only to the Management;
    6. The Management shall not be responsible for any fine, car park charges composition or summonses as result of the vehicle being towed away and parked outside the Development or for any loss or damage to the vehicle or its contents whatsoever; and
    7. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, accidents, damage, or loss to the vehicles or the fittings or contents of any vehicles parked within the Development.
    8. Any appeal can only be made by writing in to the management office after the wheel clamp fee has been collected.
  9. Guidelines
    1. Residents shall ensure their vehicles observe and comply in accordance with the Singapore Highway Code on all traffic signs, driveway markings or any other directions for use of the car park and/or driveway.
    2. Any vehicles classified as above Class 3 vehicles according to the Road Traffic Act including lorries, containers, trailers and prime-movers are prohibited from entering the Basement Car Park.
    3. The driver of a vehicle shall be responsible for any damage caused to the Common Property, and shall bear all costs incurred by the Management for making good the Common Property.
    4. Residents are responsible for any damage caused to the Common Property by their Occupants/Nominees/Guests and must bear all costs incurred by Management for making good the Common Property.
    5. Residents shall not carry out any major repair works to any vehicles within the Development. A "major repair" includes a repair that involves excessive noise or oil spillage.
    6. Vehicles are parked in the Development at the Resident's own risk. The Management will not be responsible for any theft, loss, damage or other misdemeanour caused to any vehicles or its contents while parked within the Development.
    7. Residents are not allowed to use water from the fire hose or service tap at the car park. Any unauthorized use shall be fully liable for the cost of water and repair to damages caused to the fire fighting equipment and all administrative costs involved. Offender may be referred to the relevant authorities for prosecution.
    8. Every car In-Vehicle Unit (IU) number is specific to the vehicle being registered with the Management and is therefore NON transferable.
    9. Tow trucks will not be allowed entry/exit to the estate without prior approval from the management.
    10. The Management reserves the right to make additions or alterations to the Car Parking rules and regulations from time to time with prior notice.

Access Card

  1. First time issuance of the access cards are free of charge:
    Unit Type Number of cards
    1 bedroom 2 cards
    2 bedroom 3 cards
    3 bedroom compact 4 cards
    3 bedroom 4 cards
    3 bedroom dual key 5 cards
    4 bedroom 5 cards
    4 bedroom dual key 6 cards
    5 bedroom 6 cards

    Request for subsequent cards or replacement of loss cards are subject to a non- refundable card fee of S$25.00 (GST included).

  2. The Subsidiary Proprietor has to produce a letter declaring the lost of access card and submit the prescribed application form to the Management before a replacement will be issued to them.
  3. In the case of Resident/Nominee, a letter of authorization form the Subsidiary Proprietor and a letter declaring the lost of access card are required for submission to the Management before a replacement will be issued. The name and identification number of the Resident/Nominee must be clearly mentioned in the authorization letter.
  4. Replacement of damaged card subject to a non- refundable card fee of S$15.00 (GST included). The faulty cards would have to be surrendered to the management office in order to be eligible for the one-for-one replacement.
  5. It is the users' responsibility to maintain and store the access card away from heat and other harmful sources that may demagnetise the card.
  6. Residents are required to show their La Fiesta pass and identity when requested by the Security, Management or Council, Admin fee for $200.00 excluding GST will be imposed on those who fail to do so.
  7. All rules and regulations are subject to revision by the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.

Refuse Disposal & Recycling

  1. Loose or wet kitchen waste should be sealed in plastic bags before disposing into refuse chutes. Residents are advised to dispose refuse in suitably sized refuse bags so that the refuse can pass through freely into the chutes to prevent any possible blockage.
  2. Residents should arrange for unwanted furniture or bulky items to be disposed out of the Estate at residents' own cost.
  3. Flammable items, wet cement and other adhesive materials are not permitted to be thrown into the refuse chutes. Offenders of such act shall be liable for the cost of replacement or repair to the damages caused.
  4. Any recyclable items such as papers, cans, plastics etc. should be deposited into the recycling bins provided in the estate.

Landscape

  1. The Olive tree on site is very unique at 1000 years old. Residents are not allowed to approach and touch the Olive tree. Residents will be held responsible for any damage to the olive tree by their guests or by themselves.
  2. Residents and children are not allowed to approach dragon fruit tree in the children's playground. Children who are playing close to the dragon fruit trees must be accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behaviour. Residents will be held responsible for any damage to the dragon fruit trees by their guests, children or by themselves.
  3. All fruit trees in the development are not allowed to be picked or consumed. The Management shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any property, or personal injury or death arising from the consumption of the fruits in the development.

Landscape Vandalism

Residents are advised to take note on the rules and regulations for the landscape as follows:

  1. Cigarette butts are not allowed to be thrown in the landscaped area;
  2. Personal watering of plants is not allowed in the landscaped area;
  3. Residents should not step on the landscaped area that would result in damaging the plants;
  4. Residents are not allowed to throw rubbish in the landscaped area.
  5. Any residents that caused any of damage or mischief (non-exhaustively, such as plucking of flowers, throwing stones in the ponds or pools) to the landscaping or general surrounding of La Fiesta will be charged an admin fee of $200.00 excluding GST, on top of any cost to rectify the damage or mischief.

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

A. Rules and Regulations on the Use of Facilities

  1. The recreational facilities are for the exclusive use of the Resident and their Guests. Maids, domestic servants and employees are not permitted to use the facilities.
  2. Resident must accompany their Guests throughout the use of the specified facility.
  3. The Management, Security Personnel or any appointed representatives of the managing agent may require any person at the recreational facilities to identify himself. Failure to do so may result in the refusal of the use of the facilities.
  4. The recreational facilities shall be used for its designated purposes only and no other activities or games will be allowed in or about the recreational facilities.
  5. Resident and their Guests must abide by all the rules when using the recreational facilities. The Resident shall be responsible for the behaviour of their Guests and their compliance of the rules.
  6. Any Resident and / or their Guests, who breach any of the rules herein or endanger themselves or others, shall be required to leave the area. That Resident shall be barred from booking of any recreational facilities for a period of four (4) weeks.
  7. The Resident shall be responsible for any damage caused to the recreational facilities by them or their Guests. The Resident must inform Management of any existing damage to the facility or equipment they or their Guests are about to use, failing which they may be held responsible for such damages, and bear all repair / replacement costs.
  8. Smoking is prohibited in all common facilities. Food and drinks are prohibited within the vicinity of the recreational facilities that is the gym, steam bath, outdoor fitness, fitness stations (i.e. for shuttle run, sit-up, chin-up and standing broad jump), jogging track, pools, dragon cavern including the shower / changing rooms.
  9. Training or coaching classes by professionals for Resident at any of the recreational facilities are not allowed without prior written approval from the Management. A levy may be imposed by the Management to offset the running and maintenance cost for such activities.
  10. All rules and regulations are subject to revision by the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.
  11. The Management shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any property or personal injury or death arising from the use of these recreational facilities.
  12. Coaches have the responsibility to declare the numbers and particulars of their students to Management office. Coaching to outsiders and relatives of residents not residing in the estate are not allowed.

B. Use of Main Pool, Social Pool, Spa Pool, Kiddie Pool, Water Play Zone & Aqua Gym ("The Pools")

  1. The pools are open from 7:00am to 10:00pm daily.
  2. Only Resident is permitted to use the pools. All Guests must be accompanied by Resident at all times. The Resident shall ensure that their Guests comply with the rules herein. The Resident shall be responsible for the behaviour of all their Guests.
  3. Children under 12 years of age shall not be allowed in the pools unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and good behaviour.
  4. No life guard is provided. All persons using the pools do so at their own risks.
  5. All users of the pools must shower before entering the pools. Persons who are suffering from any infectious or communicable diseases shall not be permitted to use the pools.
  6. Spitting, nose blowing and the likes are not permitted in the pools or within one (1) metre of the edge of the pools.
  7. All users of the pools must be in proper swimming attire. T-shirts and shorts are strictly prohibited in the pools.
  8. There shall be no reservation of the pool areas by Resident for private games / functions.
  9. No smoking, food and drinks are allowed in the pools or within one (1) metre of the edge of the pools.
  10. Roller-skating, cycling, frisbee playing, balls sports or other similar activities are not permitted near / in the pool area.
  11. Surfboards, snorkelling and scuba diving gear (that is, masks, snorkels, flippers, diving suit, etc.) glass masks or glass goggles, bulky inflatable toys and boats and similar objects shall not be permitted in the pools. However, plastic goggles are permitted and children may play with small water toys in the wading pool.
  12. Footwear shall not be allowed in the non-footwear area.
  13. No pets are allowed in and around the vicinity of the pools.
  14. No coach shall be permitted to give lessons in the pools without first obtaining written consent from the Management. Only swimming coaches accredited / sanctioned by the Management are permitted to use the pools for coaching lessons.
  15. Do not use the emergency life buoy as a float. The life buoys are strictly for emergency use, and must not be removed from the racks except for saving lives.
  16. The equipment around the pool area shall only be used for its designated purpose. No poolside furniture shall be removed from the pool area. Misuse of the poolside furniture is strictly prohibited. Deck chairs and other poolside furniture may not be reserved.
  17. All users are required to dry themselves before leaving the swimming pool area. No person in dripping wet swimming attire shall go beyond the swimming pool area.
  18. All persons leaving the pool area must bring all their belongings with them.
  19. All persons are advised to leave the pools during heavy rain and thunderstorms.
  20. The Management reserves the right to close the pools for maintenance purpose and to ask the user to leave the pool during heavy rain and thunderstorm or where the usage is abuse.
  21. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of property sustained by the Resident or their Guests when using the pools and their facilities.
  22. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the discretion of the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.

C.Use of BBQ Pavilion / Pizzeria & Teppanyaki Pavilion

  1. There are 2 nos. of BBQ Pits (BBQ Pit 1 & 2) in a BBQ Pavilion and 2 separate Pizzeria & Teppanyaki Pavilions (PT Pavilion 1 & 2) for booking. The individual facility may be reserved for use during the following sessions per facility:
    (a) First Session: 9:00am to 4:00pm
    (b) Second Session 5:00pm to 10:00pm
  2. Booking must be done through E-booking Portal at https://lafiestacondo.com.sg, payment has to be made at the Management Office within the next 3 days; otherwise your booking will automatically be cancelled by the system. A payment of a nonrefundable administrative fee of S$10.00 (subject to prevailing GST) for both owners and tenants and a refundable deposit of S$100.00 (owners) or S$500.00 (tenants) per session to confirm your booking. The deposit will be banked in and the refund process will take one (1) month upon claim of deposit. All payment by cheque should be crossed and made payable to MCST 4463.
  3. Payment can be made via AXS station, AXS e-station, bank transfer or at the management office.
  4. Booking may be made up to one (1) month in advance on a first-come-first-served basis. Booking is also limited to 1 session per day for each unit and 1 booking per month. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) working days before the booked date, failing which the Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit.
  5. The deposit will be refunded, free-of-interest, only after the facility and its surrounding areas are properly cleaned and in good order after use. Any expenses incurred by the Management to repair any damage caused or for cleaning the barbecue pit and its surrounding area shall be deducted from the deposit. Any shortfall shall be recovered from the Resident concerned as a debt.
  6. To discourage frivolous bookings of common facilities, residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without proper cancellation, will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the for the next 3 months at the discretion of council. Deposit will also be forfeited. Residents who cancel their booking for more than 3 times per annum will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the next 3 months at the discretion of council.
  7. The maximum number of guests per session shall not exceed twenty (20) persons.
  8. The Resident and their guests shall ensure area within and/or the surroundings of the facility are properly cleaned after use. All litters, food waste, extinguished ashes etc. must be contained in polythene bags properly tied and disposed off in the refuse container provided.
  9. The Resident must ensure that all lighted or smouldering charcoal are extinguished before it is thrown into the refuse containers.
  10. Washing of utensils can only be done at the washing point provided. Taps at the footbath and wash basins in the changing rooms are not to be used for this purpose.
  11. Resident using the Pavilion's facility must restrict their activities to the area itself.
  12. Music must be kept at a low volume. The use of radios, hi-fi equipment, musical instruments and other equipment shall be in the manner and at the level so as not to cause disturbance or create noise nuisance to the other Residents. The Management reserves the right to request residents and their guests to turn down the volume or off the music should it cause disturbance or create noise nuisance to other Resident.
  13. Consumption of food and drinks by the side of the pools is not allowed.
  14. Unused charcoal should not be thrown in the landscaping area.
  15. No pool side furniture shall be moved to the Pavilions.
  16. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of property whatsoever sustained by the Resident or their guests at all times.
  17. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the absolute discretion of the Management as and when as it deems necessary.

D. Use of Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden

  1. The Dining Pavilion or Tea Garden may be reserved for use during the following sessions per location:
    (a) First Session: 9:00am to 4:00pm
    (b) Second Session 5:00pm to 10:00pm
  2. Booking must be done through E-booking Portal at https://lafiestacondo.com.sg, payment has to be made at the Management Office within the next 3 days; otherwise your booking will automatically be cancelled by the system. A payment of a nonrefundable administrative fee of S$10.00 (subject to prevailing GST) for both owners and tenants and a refundable deposit of S$100.00 (owners) or S$500.00 (tenants) per session to confirm your booking. The deposit will be banked in and the refund process will take one (1) month upon claim of deposit. All payment by cheque should be crossed and made payable to MCST 4463.
  3. Payment can be made via AXS station, AXS e-station, bank transfer or at the management office.
  4. Booking may be made up to one (1) month in advance on a first-come-first-served basis. Booking is limited to 1 booking per month. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) working days before the booked date, failing which the Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit.
  5. The deposit will be refunded, free-of-interest, only after the usage of the Dining Pavilion or Tea Garden and its surrounding areas are properly cleaned and in good order after use. Any expenses incurred by the Management to repair any damage caused or for cleaning the facility and its surrounding area shall be deducted from the deposit. Any shortfall shall be recovered from the Resident concerned as a debt.
  6. To discourage frivolous bookings of common facilities, residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without proper cancellation, will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the for the next 3 months at the discretion of council. Deposit will also be forfeited. Residents who cancel their booking for more than 3 times per annum will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the next 3 months at the discretion of council.
  7. The maximum number of guests at any one time is limited to 20.
  8. The Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden is to be used solely for its intended purpose(s), such as tea parties or any small social gatherings. Political, religious, racial and gambling activities are strictly prohibited. Commercial activities may be allowed subject to prior written approval from, and at the absolute discretion of the Management.
  9. The Residents shall ensure that noise level generated from their activities in the Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden be maintained as per NEA Guideline on Noise.
  10. Simple decorations (such as hanging of balloons, banners, ribbons, etc.) are allowed but care must be exercised not to damage the furniture and furnishings, structure and paintworks of the Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden. All decorations must be removed immediately after the session.
  11. All equipment, furniture and/or approved items brought into the Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden by the Residents must be removed immediately after the session or within 24 hours thereof provided no booking has been made for the next session/day. The Management reserves the right to remove any or all such items after the stipulated period, and the Management shall be entitled to charge the costs if any, of such removal to the Residents. The Management shall not be liable for any such removal.
  12. No pets are allowed.
  13. The Residents shall maintain the general cleanliness of the Dining Pavilion / Tea Garden. All waste or other refuse must be disposed into the bins provided in the common area.
  14. The Management reserves the right to use the above facility for official matters.
  15. The Management reserves the right to forfeit or deduct part of the Security Deposit if any of the rules stated herein are violated.
  16. The Management in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any approval granted.
  17. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application or revocation of the approval. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss howsoever sustained by the Residents and their guests, arising from the use of this facility.

E. Use of Clubhouse

  1. The Clubhouse may be reserved for booking during the following hours:
    (a) First Session: 9:00am to 4:00pm
    (b) Second Session 5:00pm to 10:00pm
  2. The Clubhouse will only be used for functions / birthday parties approved by the Management. It must not be used for functions in connection with religious, commercial, political, illegal or immoral activities.
  3. The Clubhouse can be booked one (1) month in advance on a first-come-first-serve basis. Each unit is allowed to book up to a maximum of 12 sessions per year. Booking is limited to 1 session per day for each unit and 1 booking per month. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) working days before the booked date, failing which, the Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit.
  4. Booking must be done through E-booking Portal at https://lafiestacondo.com.sg, payment has to be made at the Management Office within the next 3 days; otherwise your booking will automatically be cancelled by the system. A payment of a nonrefundable administrative fee of S$10.00 (subject to prevailing GST) for both owners and tenants and a refundable deposit of S$100.00 (owners) or S$500.00 (tenants) per session to confirm your booking. The deposit will be banked in and the refund process will take one (1) month upon claim of deposit. All payment by cheque should be crossed and made payable to MCST 4463.
  5. Payment can be made via AXS station, AXS e-station, bank transfer or at the management office.
  6. Booking may be made up to one (1) month in advance on a first-come-first-served basis. Booking is also limited to 1 session per day for each unit and 1 booking per month. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) working days before the booked date, failing which the Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit.
  7. The deposit will be refunded, free from interest, only after the Clubhouse is handed over in good condition without damage to any part of it and / or rubbish disposed off.
  8. To discourage frivolous bookings of common facilities, residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without proper cancellation, will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the for the next 3 months at the discretion of council. Deposit will also be forfeited. Residents who cancel their booking for more than 3 times per annum will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the next 3 months at the discretion of council.
  9. Resident is required to undertake to comply with the rules and regulations as stated in the application form before any approval may be granted.
  10. There should not be excessive noise or nuisance caused to other Residents.
  11. The host(s) shall be responsible for the good conduct and behaviour of all persons attending the function.
  12. Food / beverage shall not be consumed at the pool deck area but shall be confined to the Clubhouse only.
  13. No cooking is allowed and washing shall only be done in the Resident's unit. General cleanliness of the room must be maintained. The room must be cleaned and all articles and refuse are to be removed immediately after the use of the room.
  14. Resident must ensure that all lightings and air-conditioning in the Clubhouse are switched off after use.
  15. The host(s) shall obtain proper licences / permits from the relevant authorities for holding the function where applicable.
  16. The maximum number of guests at any one time is limited to 20 and Residents shall ensure that their guests observe the Clubhouse's rules & regulations contained herein.
  17. The Management reserves the right to deduct a sum of money from the refundable deposit for damages caused to the fittings / fixtures of the Clubhouse or its surrounding areas as well as if the Clubhouse was found to be untidy
  18. The host(s) shall keep the Management indemnified against all actions, claims, demands that may be brought or made against the Management by any person arising from the use of the Clubhouse.
  19. Permanent markers should not be used on the magnetic whiteboard. Otherwise, cleaning and admin charge will be applied accordingly.
  20. Decorations on the whiteboard must be applied with magnets issued by the management. Loss of magnets will be charged with $2.00 (GST inclusive) per piece.
  21. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the absolute discretion of the Management as and when as it deems necessary.

F. Use of Tennis Court

  1. The courts shall be opened for use from 7.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Booking may be made up to one (1) week in advance for the following week (Sun to Sat) on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  3. Each Unit may book only 1 session consisting of one (1) hour of play in any one day, with a maximum of 2 sessions per week.
  4. Booking method for Tennis Courts are as follows:
  5. Only Residents and their guests may use the court. A maximum number of four (4) guests are allowed at any one time. Owners who have tenanted their units are considered to have transferred their rights of use of facilities to their tenants.
  6. Residents must accompany their guests at all times (i.e. throughout the full playing session) and they must ensure that their guests comply with the rules and regulations.
  7. Players shall be properly attired when playing. Only non-marking rubber shoes shall be worn and shall be free from sand/mud before entering the courts. Street/outdoor shoes, boots, high-heeled shoes, leather shoes etc are not permitted. Only non-marking shoes are permitted.
  8. The tennis court can only be used for its intended game. No other games or other forms of activities are allowed.
  9. No food and beverage (except plain water) are allowed in the courts.
  10. No pets are allowed in the courts.
  11. Smoking is strictly not permitted in the courts.
  12. All litter must be disposed off in the receptacles provided by the Management.
  13. Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the courts unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour.
  14. The Management, Security Personnel or any representative of the Managing Agent may require any person in the courts to identify himself or herself.
  15. While the Management will take every precaution to ensure the safety of person/s using the tennis court, it cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage to any personal property, injury or death.
  16. A person who breaches any of the rules shall be required to leave the courts. The Security Personnel have the authority to ask the person to leave the courts.
  17. The Security Personnel are authorised to stop play and turn off the lightings if users are in play after 10.00pm.
  18. Residents who have booked courts without utilising them on 3 occasions without any valid reasons shall be suspended from making use of the tennis courts for a period of 4 weeks.
  19. All damages to the courts or surrounding area must be reported to the Management or Security Personnel immediately.
  20. The Management reserves the right to change any rules and regulations without prior notice.

G. Use of Gym

  1. The gym is available for use from 5.00am to 12.00am daily.
  2. Only Residents are permitted to use the gym. Guest must be accompanied by the Resident at all times. The Resident shall ensure that their Guest comply with the rules herein and be responsible for their behaviour. A maximum number of Two (2) Guests per Unit may use the gym at any one time.
  3. All users must be properly attired (that is, T-shirt & shorts or track suits and non-marking rubber sole shoes without heels). The Management reserves the right to turn away users who are not properly attired.
  4. No equipment shall be shifted or removed from their designated positions or from the gym. Weights shall be returned to their designated position after use.
  5. The Resident shall be responsible for any damage caused by them or their Guests to the equipment in the gym; and shall be liable for all costs incurred by the Management for the repair or replacement of the damaged equipment.
  6. Food, drinks, smoking and pets are not allowed in the gym.
  7. Reservation or exclusive use of the gym or its equipment is not permitted.
  8. Children under the age of 12 years are not permitted to use the Gymnasium. Those between the ages of 12 and 16 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behaviour.
  9. No instructor is provided. All Resident and their Guests using the gym equipment do so at their own risk.
  10. Users shall also inform the security personnel of any existing damage to the facility or equipment they are about to use, failing which they may held responsible for such damages and bear all repair / replacement cost.
  11. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of property sustained by the Resident or their Guests arising out of the use of the gym.
  12. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the discretion of the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.
  13. No coaching is allowed.

H. Use of Dragon Cavern

  1. The dragon cavern is allowed for use from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily. The facilities are for the use of the purpose intended. Any other games are strictly prohibited.
  2. Food, drinks and pets are not allowed in the dragon cavern area.
  3. User must keep the place clean.
  4. The facilities are for the exclusive use of children under 12 years of age and must be accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour and safety.
  5. Residents will be held responsible for any damages caused by their Guests or themselves
  6. The Management will not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, howsoever caused, arising out of the use of the Dragon cavern.
  7. Users are to leave the playground during rain and thunderstorm.
  8. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the discretion of the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.

I. Use of Steam Bath

  1. The steam bath which are located in the Shower/Changing Rooms are open from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily.
  2. Only Residents are permitted to use the steam bath. Guests must be accompanied by the Resident at all times. The Resident shall ensure that their Guests comply with the rules herein and be responsible for the behaviour of their Guests. The maximum number of Guest per Unit who may use the steam bath shall not exceed two (2) persons at any one time.
  3. Users are advised to shower before entering the steam bath.
  4. The door of the steam bath must be closed at all times.
  5. No male person shall enter the steam bath reserved for the female or vice-versa.
  6. Eating, drinking and smoking is strictly prohibited in the steam bath.
  7. Shoes shall not be worn into the steam bath.
  8. Persons using the steam bath must observe the health warning signs posted at the entrance of the steam bath.
  9. Children under the age of 16 years are not permitted to use the steam bath.
  10. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of property sustained by the Residents or Guests when using the steam bath.
  11. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the discretion of the Management as and when it is deemed necessary.

J. Use of Outdoor Fitness / Shuttle Run Station / Sit-up Station / Chin-up Station / Standing Broad Jump Station / Jogging Track ("Fitness Facility")

  1. The Fitness Facility is available for use from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily.
  2. The facilities are to be used for the purpose intended. Any other games are strictly prohibited.
  3. Food and pets are not allowed in the recreation area.
  4. User must keep the place clean.
  5. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the facilities unless accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour and safety.
  6. Children are not allowed to cycle or play in this recreation area. Children using the equipment must be accompanied by the parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behaviour.
  7. Resident will be held responsible for any damages caused by their Guest or themselves.
  8. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to the fittings / fixtures of the outdoor fitness and is liable for any misuse by themselves or their children or guests.
  9. The Management shall not be responsible for any injuries, damage or loss sustained by Resident and their Guest, howsoever caused, during the use of these facilities.

K. Registration of Coaches/ Instructors

  1. Coaching is only allowed for RESIDENTS of La Fiesta Condominium. Non- residents (including friends or relatives of residents) are strictly prohibited from joining any swimming lessons conducted in the swimming pool.
  2. All coaches have to submit their coaching schedule & student names before commencing the class.
  3. At any one time coaches can coach up to a maximum of 8 (eight) persons.
  4. The Management will not be responsible for any injury or death arising from coaching activities.
  5. Only one (1) coaching session per swimming coach is allowed to be carried out at any one time.
  6. Coached and Trainees must be properly attired in swimming apparels during the course of swimming lessons. Pyjamas can be used only for conducting swimming lessons i.e. survival classes, with the supervision of the swimming instructor. No board shorts are to be worn as part of swimming attire.
  7. Coaching Hours: Mondays-Sundays: 8:00am to 1:00pm, 3:00pm to 7:00pm - Public Holidays: Strictly No Coaching
  8. Lessons must be confined and as follow: Lap Pool - any one side only
  9. The Management may exercise its rights to stop the use of facilities by the Coaches without prior notice.
  10. Coaches shall ensure that all precautionary safety measures are taken while conducting the lessons.
  11. Coaches are responsible to ensure students adhere to the rules & regulations on the usage of the swimming pool.
  12. This registration is only valid for a period of 12 months from the date of registration/ declaration
  13. The Management must be notified when you cease lesson sessions in the La Fiesta.
  14. These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the sole discretion of the Management.
  15. The coach/instructor must register at Guard House and surrender their Identity Cards in exchange for a Visitor Pass each time they enter the estate. Coaches who drive to the Estate must park their vehicles in the Visitors' car park lots.
  16. The Management is not liable for any action, claim and liability for any injury, loss of life or damage to property however caused relating to or arising from your lesson sessions.
  17. The Management reserves the right to revoke permission granted without assigning any reason whatsoever and such decision will be final and not subject to challenge.
  18. The coach/instructor is not allowed to use any of the facilities and must leave the estate when session is over.
  19. Swimming lessons shall not be conducted in a manner that causes annoyance, disturbance or injury to other pool users.
  20. Any coach who is in breach of the Rules and Regulation will be asked to leave the Pool at once and will be barred from Coaching in the Estate.
  21. Coaches shall not assign their duties to another coach without the Management's prior approval.
  22. The Management reserves the right to amend any Rules & Regulations as it deems necessary without giving prior notice.

L. Air-con Servicing Timing

Normal air-con maintenance/ servicing is allowed without the need to place a refundable deposit of $1,000 on following timing:

  1. Monday to Saturday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  2. No work is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays

M. Supplementary By Laws

By Laws For La Fiesta (Dated 22 April 2017) - Supplementary By Laws

In accordance to the special resolutions carried out at the 1st Annual General Meeting of the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 4463 held on 22 April 2017 at Anchorvale Community Club, Multi-Purpose Hall, 59 Anchorvale Road, Singapore 544965.

  1. By Laws on Littering and Indiscriminate Dumping
    Any person who throws or deposit, or causes or permits to be thrown on deposited, any dust, dirt, ashes, refuse, offal, rubbish or other matter or thing anywhere other than in a refuse bin or receptacle shall be imposed with an administrative fee of S$200.00 excluding GST.
  2. By Laws on Pets Excrement
    Any person who brings an animal into, or allows an animal belonging to him or under his charge to enter or remain in the common area who fails to remove from the common area any faecal matter deposited by the animal and dispose of such faecal matter properly in a hygienic manner shall be imposed with an administrative fee of S$200.00 excluding GST.
  3. By Laws on Gymnasiums Opening Hours
    Gymnasiums opening hours be extended from 7:00am to 10:00pm daily to 5:00am to 12:00am daily.

By-Laws for La Fiesta (Dated 14 April 2018) - Supplementary By Laws

In accordance to the special resolutions carried out at the 2nd Annual General Meeting of the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 4463 held on 14 April 2018 at Punggol Community Club, Multi-Purpose Hall, No.3, Hougang Avenue 6 #01-08, Singapore 544965.

  1. By Laws on Unauthorised Parking
    Vehicles parked indiscriminately or not at designated lots will be wheel-clamped. An admin charge of $200.00 excluding GST will be imposed for release of wheel clamp. A surcharge of $50.00 per 24 hours will also be imposed for vehicles that has been clamped for more than the initial 24 hours.
  2. By Laws on Landscape Vandalism
    Any residents that caused any of damage or mischief (non-exhaustively, such as plucking of flowers, throwing stones in ponds or pools) to the landscaping or general surrounding of La Fiesta will be charged an admin fee of $200.00 excluding GST, on top of any cost to rectify the damage or mischief.
  3. By Law on Keeping of Animals
    Residents are responsible for their own pets in the surrounding of La Fiesta. The cost of any damage or cleaning caused by actions of pets will be charged to the residents concerned. For the avoidance of doubt, this by-law does not void the by-law on the imposition of admin fee for pet owners who failed to clean-up after their pets. Illustration: if a pet defecates into the pool, the resident concerned will be charged for the cleaning of the pool water.
  4. By Law on Personal Mobility Device
    No one should ride any personal electrical mobility device or adult bicycles within the common areas of La Fiesta except on paths meant for vehicular passage such as in the carpark. An admin fee of $200.00 excluding GST will be imposed.
  5. By Law on Smoking
    Smoking is strictly prohibited within all common properties within all common properties of La Fiesta. The person will also be referred to the relevant authority for further action.
  6. By Law on Access Card
    Residents are required to show their La Fiesta pass and identity when requested by the Security, Management or Council, Admin fee for $200.00 excluding GST will be imposed on those who fail to do so.
  7. By Law on Visitor Parking
    Visitors parking are meant for use by bona fide visitors to the residents’ unit. An admin charge of $200.00 excluding GST, with a surcharge of $50 excluding GST, for every additional instance will be imposed on the relevant resident if any abuse is discovered. Illustration of abuse, non-exhaustively allowing relative or friend to park their vehicle as a visitor while the intention of such visitor is actually to park the vehicle in La Fiesta for free, while he attends to his work outside of La Fiesta.
  8. By Law on Facilities Booking
    • To discourage frivolous booking of common facilities, residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without proper cancellation will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the next 3 months at the discretion of council. Deposit will also be forfeited.
    • To discourage frivolous booking of common facilities, residents who cancel their booking for more than 3 times per annum will be barred from the use of all common facilities up to the next 3 months at the discretion of council.
  9. By Law on Staff Protection
    To protect the staff working for La Fiesta, Council reserves the right to make police report and or magistrate complaint against any person found harassing or causing distress to any staff members.

GENERAL NOTES ON STOREY SHELTERS (SS)

Purpose of Storey Shelters

A storey shelter (SS) is designed and constructed for the protection of people against weapon effects during a war emergency for residents who do not have civil defence household shelters in their units. Staircase SS are provided under the Civil Defence Shelter Act 1997.

People should not stay inside there for protection during other peacetime emergency situations such as a fire in a building. The SS is located at a common property area of a storey and serves the residents of the dwelling units of that storey.

Peacetime Use

During peacetime, the SS may be used as a common facility for the residents of the storey or building for exit purpose only. The other statutory requirements governing the design and use of the SS space shall also be complied with.

During a War Time Emergency

In the event of an impending war emergency, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) will announce appropriate instructions to the population. Within the time period specified in the announcement, the Building Management will manage the conversion of the staircase from normal mode to civil defence mode based on the guidelines set out in the Operation & Maintenance Manual for Staircase Storey Shelters.

During a War Time Emergency

The Storey Shelter also serves as a means of escape staircase in the event of fire emergency. Strictly, no placement/storage of objects at staircases and its immediate landing is allowed.

This is to ensure that the means of escape via the storey shelter is kept free from obstructions at all times.

PERMITTED AND NOT PERMITTED WORKS IN STOREY SHELTERS (SS) TOWER

GENERAL

  1. Your development has a civil defence shelter. It is designed to protect you during a war emergency. It has strengthened walls, floor, ceiling and a specially designed door. They must not be hacked or drilled. Certain finishes and fixtures are not permitted as they are not easily removable and may become hazards to shelter occupants during a war emergency. Lighting, power point, telephone point and CATV outlet points are also provided in the shelter so that you can stay inside and communicate with the outside.
  2. Any repair or alteration or renovation works, which are likely to weaken or damage any structural elements of the storey shelter (SS) or non-shelter (NS) is not permitted.

PERMITTED WORKS IN SS

  1. Laying of floor tiles bonded to wet cement mortar.
  2. Laying of vinyl or linoleum flooring (Not permitted in S/C SS).
  3. Laying of floor skirting tiles (up to a maximum of 100 mm high) by bonding them with wet cement mortar to SS walls.
  4. Painting of walls, ceiling or door. In the case of SS door, owners shall not cover up or paint over the SS door notice or door seal.
  5. Fixing of removable screws with non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50 mm deep for fixtures and equipment e.g. pictures, posters, cabinets or shelves etc. Such fixtures that are installed inside the SS will have to be removed by the owners within 48 hours upon notification (Not permitted in S/C SS).
  6. Removal of the fragmentation plates covering the ventilation openings shall be carried out subject to the following conditions (Not permitted in S/C SS):
    1. The plates (after removal) shall be securely mounted with removable screws on non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50 mm deep on one of the internal face of SS walls.
    2. After the removal of plates, the bolts and nuts shall be installed back to their original positions on the ventilation sleeves.
    3. Closing or covering up of ventilation openings by readily removable and reinstated aesthetic or architectural finishes is allowed, provided that at least 25% of the total area of the two openings shall be left uncovered for ventilation purposes during peacetime.
  7. Where false ceilings, which are provided on the exterior of the SS, are to be installed at a level below the ventilation sleeves, there shall be one access panel of a minimum size of 600mm x 600 mm to be provided directly below each ventilation sleeve.

NOT PERMITTED WORKS IN SS

  1. Laying of wall tiles or spray of rock tone finish, cement sand finish and gypsum plastering on the internal faces of SS walls.
  2. Laying of floor tiles using adhesive materials.
  3. Installation of cornices within the SS.
  4. Installation works with fixings using power driving nails.
  5. Tampering with, removing or covering up of the SS door notice. The SS door notice provides important information to the occupants on the use of the SS.
  6. Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of SS walls, floor slabs, and ceiling slabs, other than drilling into SS walls and ceiling slabs to affix removable screws on inserts.
  7. Modifying, changing, removing or tampering of SS door.
  8. Modifying, altering or tampering with any part of the ventilation openings, plates and the mounting devices such as bolts and nuts.

Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of NS walls, floor slabs, and ceiling slabs, other than drilling into NS walls and ceiling slab to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50 mm.

APPROVED BALCONY SCREEN DESIGN

GUIDELINES ON AUDIO TELEPHONY SYSTEM

  1. Concept of Telephony Systems

    Telephony System is designed for use in condominium estate for security screening of visitors before allowing them into its premises. It is installed in the lobby for visitor to call individual unit, which in turn send coded commands to open the necessary lobby doors and/or activate the elevator to predetermined floors. It is also be installed at the guardhouse for quick communication with tenants without having to refer to directory. Because all telephone numbers are stored within the system's memory and not display on its LCD display, the privacy of all telephone numbers are preserved.

  2. System Function

    Visitor Call Panel

    Visitor call panel is for identification of visitor visiting the units in the premises. Owner will verify the identity and allow entries by pressing “1” to unlock any locking devices.

    This call panel is strictly for identification purposes and not for any long conversation. The line will be cutoff 60 seconds upon connected.

POSTAL CODES INFORMATION

Postal Codes for Residential Blocks

For postal delivery purposes, the postal code for each individual residential block is appended below:

  1. Blk 50 Sengkang Square Singapore 544830
  2. Blk 52 Sengkang Square Singapore 544831
  3. Blk 54 Sengkang Square Singapore 544832
  4. Blk 56 Sengkang Square Singapore 544833
  5. Blk 58 Sengkang Square Singapore 544699
  6. Blk 60 Sengkang Square Singapore 544700
  7. Blk 62 Sengkang Square Singapore 544701
  8. Blk 64 Sengkang Square Singapore 544702
  9. Blk 66 Sengkang Square Singapore 544703
  10. Blk 68 Sengkang Square Singapore 544704
  11. Blk 70 Sengkang Square Singapore 544705
  12. Blk 72 Sengkang Square Singapore 544706
  13. Blk 74 Sengkang Square Singapore 544707

Please note that for delivery of registered article by SingPost to any individual units in La Fiesta, the Postman will intercom the addressee unit before delivering to the unit. If the addressee is not in, SingPost's Postman will leave a card into the addressee's letterbox for information on alternative collection arrangement.

Facilities Booking Portal

  1. Getting Started

    Each unit will be allocated with a User and Password for facilities booking through the web-portal. To begin, you will need to have an Internet connection. Direct your computer's Web browser to https://lafiestacondo.com.sg and enter the User ID and password.

  2. Safeguarding Your Internet Access

    Here are some pointers for you to ensure that your online security and accounts are not compromised. Please read through them to learn how best to protect your account from intrusion when using the Condominium Portal.

    1. Before entering your User ID and password, you should always ensure that the website you are visiting belongs to La Fiesta. The URL displayed in your browser, as well as the Footer information displayed on the web page can verify this. It is important to protect yourself against any forms of online theft of your User ID and password. Each valid User ID and password identifies you uniquely as a Resident of La Fiesta. It is recommended that you change your password for the first time.
    2. It is important to log out each time you have finished using the Condominium Portal, even if you are away from the PC for a short while. This will prevent any transactions from being performed without your authorisation.
    3. You are encouraged not to save your User ID and password by using the "Auto Complete" function of your browser. This function stores and lists possible matches from entries that you have typed previously.
    4. You are encouraged to delete junk or chain emails. Do not open email attachments from strangers.
    5. You are advised not to conduct your Condominium Portal transactions on shared or public PCs as this will increase your risk exposure to malicious programs or viruses.
    6. You should clear your browser's cache and history after each session so that your account information is removed.
    7. You should also exercise precaution against viruses or other programs such as Trojans that can capture your password keystrokes and other personal information. Such captured data can be sent to another party without prior consent. To avoid getting your computer infected with virus, we recommend that you:
      • Equip your PC with the latest virus detection software so as to protect yourself against any virus attacks and other malicious attacks.
      • Update the anti-virus and firewall products with security patches or newer versions on a regular basis.
      • Avoid using programs that allow you to automatically get or preview files.
      • Install a personal firewall to protect against hackers, virus attacks or Trojan Horse programs.

PRESCRIBED BY-LAWS

  1. Noise
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not upon the parcel create any noise likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of another lot or of any person lawfully using the Common Property.
  2. Vehicles
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not
      1. Park or leave; or
      2. Permit any invitees of the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot to park or leave, any motor vehicle or other vehicle on the common property except with the prior written approval of the Management Corporation.
    2. The Management Corporation shall not unreasonably withhold its approval to the parking or leaving of a motor vehicle or vehicle on the common property
  3. Obstruction of common property
    1. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not obstruct the lawful use of the common property by any person, except on a temporary and non-recurring basis.
    2. If the management corporation has specified, by resolution, the manner in which furniture or large objects are to be transported through or on common property, a subsidiary proprietor shall not transport any furniture or large object through or on common property except in accordance with that resolution.
  4. Damage to lawns, etc on common property
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not:
    1. damage any lawn, garden, trees, shrub, plant or flower being part of or situated upon the Common Property; or
    2. use for his own purposes as a garden any portion of the Common Property.
  5. ALTERATION OR DAMAGE TO COMMON PROPERTY
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage or deface, any structure that forms part of the common property except with the prior written approval of the Management Corporation.
    2. An approval given by the Management Corporation under paragraph (1) shall not authorise any additions to the common property.
    3. This by-law shall not prevent a Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot, or a personal authorised by such Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier from installing
      1. Any locking or other safety device for the protection of the Subsidiary Proprietor's or Occupier's lot against intruders or to improve safety within that lot; or
      2. Any screen or other device to prevent entry of animals or insects on the lot;
      3. Any structure or device to prevent harm to children; or
      4. Any device used to affix decorative items to the internal surfaces of wall in the Subsidiary Proprietor's or Occupier's lot.
    4. Any such locking or safety device, screen, other device or structure must be installed in a competent and proper manner and must have an appearance, after it has been installed, in keeping with such guidelines as the Management Corporation may prescribe regarding such installations, and with the appearance of the rest of the building.
    5. A Subsidiary Proprietor and Occupier of a lot shall
      1. Maintain and keep in a state of good and serviceable repair any installation or structure referred to in paragraph (3) notwithstanding that it forms part of the common property and services of the lot; and
      2. Repair any damage caused to any part of the common property by the installation or removal of any locking or safety device, screen, other device or structure referred to in paragraph (3) notwithstanding it forms part of the common property and services of the lot.
  6. Behavior of Subsidiary Proprietors/Occupiers
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot when upon the common property shall be adequately clothed and shall not use language or behave in a manner likely to cause offense or embarrassment to the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of another lot or to any person lawfully using the Common Property.
  7. Children playing on common property in building
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that any child of whom he has control when playing upon the Common Property shall not:
    1. cause any damage to the Common Property; and
    2. create any noise likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of another lot.
  8. Behaviour of invitees
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that his invitees do not behave in a manner likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of another lot or of any person lawfully using the Common Property.
  9. Depositing rubbish, etc, on common property
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not deposit or throw on the common property any rubbish, dirt, dust or other material or discarded item except with the prior written approval of the Management Corporation.
  10. Drying of Laundry
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not, except with the prior written approval of the Management Corporation, hang any washing, towel, bedding, clothing or other article on any part of the parcel in such a way as to be visible from outside the subdivided building, other than at areas designated for the purpose and there only for a reasonable period.
  11. Cleaning Windows
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall keep clean all exterior surfaces of glass in windows and doors on the boundary of the lot which are not common property, unless
    1. The Management Corporation resolves that it will keep the glass or specified part of the glass clean; or
    2. That glass or part of the glass cannot be accessed by the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of the lot safely or at all.
  12. Storage of flammable liquids, etc
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not, except with the written approval of the Management Corporation, use or store upon his lot or upon the common property any flammable chemical, liquid, gas or other flammable material.
    2. This by-law shall not apply to chemicals, liquids, gases or other material used or intended to be used for domestic purposes, or any chemical, liquid, gas or other material in a fuel tank of a motor vehicle or internal combustion engine.
    3. Nothing in this by-law authorises any Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot to use or store upon his lot or upon the common property any flammable chemical, liquid, gas or other flammable material in a manner that would contravene any relevant written law applicable to the use or storage of such substances or materials.
  13. Refuse Disposal
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot within a Strata Title Plan that has chutes or shared receptacles for the disposal of refuse or for recyclable material or waste shall:
      1. ensure that before any refuse is thrown into the chutes it is securely wrapped in plastic bags or other similar materials; and
        1. In the case of refuse, securely wrapped in plastic bags or other similar materials; or
        2. The case of recyclable material or waste intended for recycling, separated and prepared in accordance with the applicable recycling guidelines; and
      2. Not to dispose of any large object into the chutes which may obstruct the free fall of refuse in the chutes.
    2. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot within a Strata Title Plan that does not have any chute or shared receptacle for the disposal of refuse or for recyclable material or waste
      1. Shall maintain such receptacles within his lot, or on such part of the common property as may be authorised by the Management Corporation, in clean and dry condition and (except in the case of receptacles for recyclable material) adequately covered;
      2. Shall ensure that before refuse, recyclable material or waste is placed in the receptacle it is securely wrapped or, in the case of tins or other containers, completely drained or, in the case of recyclable material or waste intended for recycling, separated and prepared in accordance with the applicable recycling guidelines;
      3. For the purpose of having the refuse collected, shall place the receptacle within an area designated for that purpose by the Management Corporation and at a time not more than one hour before the time at which refuse, recyclable material or waste is normally collected;
      4. When the refuse has been collected shall promptly return the receptacle to his lot or other area referred to in sub-paragraph (a);
      5. Shall not place anything in the receptacle of the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of any other lot except with the permission of that Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier; and
      6. Shall promptly remove anything which he or the refuse or recycling collector may have spilled from the receptacle and shall take such action as may be necessary to clean the area within which that thing was so spilled.
    3. Nothing in this by-law requires any Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot to dispose of any chemical, biological, toxic or other hazardous waste in a manner that would contravene any relevant written law applicable to the disposal of such waste.
  14. Keeping of animals
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not keep any animal upon his lot or the Common Property which may cause annoyance to the Subsidiary Proprietors or Occupiers of other lots.
    Residents are responsible for their own pets in the surrounding of La Fiesta. The cost of any damage or cleaning caused by actions of pets will be charged to the residents concerned. For the avoidance of doubt, this by-law does not void the by-law on the imposition of admin fee for per owners who failed to clean-up after their pets. Illustration: if a pet defecates into the pool, the resident concerned will be charged for the cleaning of the pool water.
  15. Duty to maintain lot
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall maintain his lot including all sanitary fittings, water, gas, electrical and air-conditioning pipes and apparatus thereof in a good condition so as not to cause annoyance to the Subsidiary Proprietors or Occupiers of other lots.
  16. Lot not to be used for purpose injurious to reputation of building
    A Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot shall not use his lot for any purpose (illegal or otherwise) which may be injurious to the reputation of the subdivided building.
  17. Change in use of lot to be notified
    A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall, without delay, notify the management corporation if the subsidiary proprietor or occupier changes the existing use of the lot.
  18. Prevention of Fire and other Hazards
    1. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not do anything or permit any of his invitees to do anything on the lot or common property that is likely to affect the operation of fire safety devices in the parcel or to reduce the level of fire safety in the lots or common property.
    2. A Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not do anything or permit any of his invitees to do anything on the lot or common property that is likely to create a hazard or danger to the Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of another lot or any person lawfully using the common area.
    3. Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (2), a Subsidiary Proprietor or an Occupier of a lot shall not place, put up or display any article or object on or by any window or on any balcony of, or outside, the lot in a manner which is likely to cause any damage to property or injury to life to any person lawfully using the common property. contravene any relevant written law applicable to the disposal of such waste.
  19. Control on hours of operation & use of facilities
    1. The Management Corporation may, by special resolution, make any of the following determinations if it considers the determination appropriate for the control, management, administration, use or enjoyment of the common property, comprised in its Strata Title Plan:
      1. That commercial or business activities may be conducted on the common property only during certain times;
      2. That facilities situated on the common property may be used only during certain times or on certain conditions
    2. Every Subsidiary Proprietor and Occupier of a lot shall comply with a determination referred to in paragraph (1).
  20. Provision of amenities or services
    1. The Management Corporation may, by special resolution, determine to enter into arrangements for the provision of all or any of the following amenities or services to one or more of the lots, or to the Subsidiary Proprietors or Occupiers of one or more of the lots comprised in its Strata Title Plan:
      1. Security services;
      2. Garbage disposal and recycling services;
      3. Cleaning or domestic services;
      4. Promotional services or advertising.
    2. If a Management Corporation makes a resolution referred to in paragraph (1) to provide an amenity or service to a lot or to Subsidiary Proprietor or Occupier of a lot, the Management Corporation must indicate in the resolution the amount for which, or the conditions on which, it will provide the amenity or service.