The papers were served shortly after the call. When Morison found out the navy was not only filing for defamation – but also invoking the Computer Crimes Act, alleging a breach of the law – for an article he co-reported with Chutima, ”it was a puzzle to us. In taking action the way it has, the navy has brought its own reputation under closer examination than it would ever have wanted. They denied all charges. And the catalyst that set the navy off? What we’re led to understand is that the navy no longer has a role to play in the shipments of Rohingya boatloads in the camps down in southern Thailand. Were fingerprinted. ”It’s very easy to pick on a small website in Phuket. The thought of going to jail doesn’t worry us as much as not knowing why the military has sued a small media organisation over one paragraph that comes from another source. Morison said. ”We’ll decide when we get that how to react. We’re not likely to pursue action of any kind in the court because we don’t think that’s the right thing to do. Our advice to the navy, had they made a telephone call to us, would have been to settle any dispute by any other means,” he said.
Occasionally, there may be a need for the management to call forward an emergency fund to cover some unexpected repairs. Before you vote, do check that the fund is indeed genuine and by right, you may request for all the related information in regards to this emergency expense. The number of members shall not be more than 9 and may consist of any of the co-owners of the condominium who are elected in a general meeting of all co-owners. Politics may not be everyone’s cup of tea and it is certainly regarded by many as a waste of time and effort. Such views do often lead to apathy and many of us try to avoid the dreaded rigmarole of residential politics and hope by ignoring it long enough, it will go away. It may be useful to note that a co-owner’s voting rights are determined by the proportion of the ratio of space owned in the building. Living in such a close knit arrangement would, not surprisingly, lead to some conflicts in some way or form.
Indeed if you have a complaint, it is best to deal with it rather than live with it especially if you have to live with it everyday. Common complaints may include, noisy pets, parking spaces being used by neighbours in an inconsiderate manner, loud music at unreasonable hours or the committee members acting in an autocratic or biased manner. You may wish to take the floor and air your grievances here or if having a right of audience is not your preferred mode of communication, be sure there are other formal methods set up to air your grievances within the juristic person. If these initial methods do not work, you may wish to pursue other avenues such as, negotiation, mediation, arbitration or, in the most unlikely scenario, litigation. This may be in the form of knowing who to contact or whether there is a complaints box available somewhere. These are just some introductory points among many others when purchasing a condominium. There are many others depending on individual circumstances with each purchase unique in its post-treatment stage of the acquisition. The underlying theme here is to do some good in-depth research into the property. It is a big investment fraught with its own cultural peculiarities. Proper care should always go into making such a decision.
Many of us are already familiar with condominium titles in our home country.E 1979. It is characterized by the individual ownership of living units. The joint ownership of the common areas within the building. Standard due diligence will normally check for, among others, that the title is good, that the owner is who they claim to be and that there are no registered encumbrances on the property. What happens after the purchase of a condominium can be just as disconcerting. Taxing if certain precautions are not taken. Ensure that you check in the contract how much the monthly maintenance fee and sinking fund is. Do ask the seller to provide you with this or you may obtain it directly from the condominium’s management company. This should be in all the contracts for new condominium units although some units in the secondary market may omit this in their documents. As such, it should be expressed as an amount per square metre.