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Report on Multi-Unit Developments - Law Reform Commission

Report on Multi-Unit Developments - Law Reform Commission

Report on Multi-Unit Developments - Law Reform

MULTI-UNIT DEVELOPMENTS (LRC 90 – 2008)

  • Page 3 and 4: REPORT MULTI-UNIT DEVELOPMENTS (LRC
  • Page 5 and 6: MEMBERSHIP Law Reform Commission co
  • Page 7 and 8: ADMINISTRATION STAFF Head of Admini
  • Page 9 and 10: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Commission wou
  • Page 11 and 12: Property Registration Authority Dia
  • Page 13 and 14: CHAPTER 2 THE ROLE OF DEVELOPERS 41
  • Page 15: CHAPTER 7 C Multi-Unit Development
  • Page 18 and 19: State Property Act 1954 No. 25 of 1
  • Page 21 and 22: INTRODUCTION 1. This Report
  • Page 23 and 24: D Difficulties in managing and regu
  • Page 25 and 26: elationship between the owners‘ m
  • Page 27 and 28: 19. In the absence of a statutory r
  • Page 29 and 30: 25. The NPSRA has since been establ
  • Page 31 and 32: while it has taken a great personal
  • Page 33 and 34: H Outline of Report
  • Page 35: 46. Appendix 2 contains a draft Mul
  • Page 38 and 39: Table 1 National Completions Year A
  • Page 40 and 41: direction from the Department on ta
  • Page 42 and 43: general implementation. The Commiss
  • Page 44 and 45: have all lately revised their minim
  • Page 46 and 47: value and viability of the complex.
  • Page 48 and 49: some apartment developments, such a
  • Page 50 and 51: will directly impact on the owner o
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    actively monitor the timeframe unde

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    enforcement mechanisms available. A

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    geared sufficiently to cover outsta

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    ecipient that, when the planning au

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    the context for such a study is mar

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    provides a connection to the detail

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    efore the time of sale that it is i

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    this regard. It will have the effec

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    transferred on completion of the co

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    2.23 The effect of these recommenda

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    ―A development shall be deemed to

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    the Commission has concluded, and a

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    agreeing a longer-term contract wit

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    developments and to tackle poor pra

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    3.07 Poor corporate governance arra

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    societies are governed by the Indus

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    development. For this reason, the C

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    of directors. 30 These elements mak

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    private companies limited by guaran

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    management company, and this will c

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    ecommended that, to ensure transpar

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    that in the event of a conveyance o

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    3.54 In the Consultation Paper, the

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    for management company members. The

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    a statement of any planned expendit

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    or over any other property owned by

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    3.81 The Commission recommends that

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    company to ensure that the requirem

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    y guarantee while new developments

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    developments and (b) all multi-unit

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    objectively reasonable times (unles

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    arrangements, notably relatively sh

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    should, continue for those who wish

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    4.14 The Commission recommends that

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    significantly advanced the registra

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    Part 3 contains details of all burd

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    1. The title to all new large devel

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    company. Even where developers choo

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    4.43 Aside from the obvious benefit

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    ―the transfer in substance 50 of

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    the taxable consideration for VAT p

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    title of each phase is clearly mapp

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    4.69 The duties owed by all three p

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    association for owners‘ managemen

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    - a responsibility to deal complete

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    5 CHAPTER 5 MANAGING AGENTS A Intro

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    submissions that a number of proble

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    5.13 Head 9 of the General Scheme o

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    5.18 Head 25 of the General Scheme

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    the Bill be extended to situations

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    envisaged the development of standa

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    6 CHAPTER 6 BUILDING INVESTMENT FUN

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    Paper, the Commission provisionally

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    that best practice guidelines shoul

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    developments of 4 units or less. In

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    that unit owners in developments wh

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    also reinforces the need to avoid a

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    6.40 The calculation and apportionm

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    common good and public policy consi

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    6.54 The Commission also notes that

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    6.60 The Commission recommends that

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    6.66 The Commission recommends that

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    (5) Telecommunications and media se

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    purchasers. Over time, the type of

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    sound position and cannot afford to

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    7.14 However, even though these lie

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    (vii) Mediation and adjudication 7.

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    D Rescue and Rehabilitation 7.28 In

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    jurisdiction of the Companies Regis

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    172

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    ecommends that the basis of measure

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    that the company shall facilitate t

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    covenants and agreements for the mu

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    - a responsibility to register the

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    8.55 The Commission recommends that

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    APPENDIX A SUMMARY OF TITLE RECOMME

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    - if the title to the unit is lease

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    On the completion of a purchase by

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    Table 2: Developer and Unit Owners

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    ACTS REFERRED TO Building Control A

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    ―building investment fund‖ mean

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    4 units or less, or as precluding t

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    (d) a statement of any planned expe

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    Annual service charges and building

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    (e) that each unit owner shall info

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    (c) the desirability of compliance

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