By Accommodation Times News Services
Monsoon brings many problems including leakages and crakes to the society’s buildings. Newly introduced Model Bye-Law gives society the responsibility to repair leakages.
The following repairs and maintainance of the property of the society shall be carried out by the society at its cost :
a) (i) all internal roads ii) compound walls iii) external water pipes iv) water pumps v) water storage tanks vi) drainage lines vii) septic tanks viii) stir-cases ix) terrace and parapet walls x) roof of flats xi) stair-cases lights xii) street lights xiii) outside walls of the building/buildings xiv) all leakages of water xv) electric lines upto main switches in the flats and xvi) lifts if any xiii) roofs of the flat and ceiling and the plaster thereon on the top floor flats on account of the leakages of the rain water through the terrace.
b) All repairs not coveted by bye law no. 159(A) shall be carried out by the members at their cost.