From: Peter Cheng
To: Wong Chi Wai Alvin
Cc: RAMCL <email@example.com>; Kam Yam Ming Ben <firstname.lastname@example.org>; …..
Sent: Friday, January 16, 2015 9:56 PM
Subject: Re: : Lift $ Allocation Re: 2014 Finacial Package for Jan to October 2014
Dear Mr. Wong,
Thanks for the reply.
I hope you and our RA legal counsel can read below DMC statement carefully and come back with a more reasonable answer regarding cost allocation between the Residential Carpark and the Residential Pool.
DMC page 8:
“Residential Car Park Common Areas and Facilities” means all Residential Car Parking Areas on the ground floor and first floor of the Podium other than those specifically designated as Residential Car Parking Spaces including the guard room, water meter rooms, electrical room, fan rooms, lift lobbies, lift motor rooms, F.S. pump rooms, water tanks, driveways, general store room, control gates, and all the water pipes, drains and wires and cables and lighting in respect of the Residential Car Parking Spaces, fire fighting installation and equipment and any other facilities installed for the use and benefit of the Residential Car Parking Spaces, and includes such other areas, apparatus, devices, systems and facilities of and in the Development within the Residential Car Parking Areas as are now or may from time to time be designated by the First Owner as Residential Car Park Common Areas and Facilities;
Since Residential owners don’t need to pay any utilities, cleaning, security, insurance costs of the residential carpark, why we need to pay the lift maintenance cost which is also a facility belonging to the residential carpark?
Thanks & regards,