Yours truly has given notice to Mr David Lim Kok Chu, the manager of Danau Kota Management Services Sdn Bhd (Danau Kota Management) to clarify by yesterday whether it was going to settle the electricity and water bills incurred for the Danau Kota Flats off Jalan Renting Kelang. As expected, he didn’t bother to respond on the total debt of RM674, 009.35 owed to TNB and Syabas. Please read HERE.
It is the practice that Danau Kota Management will issue invoices for Sinking Fund, maintenance chargers and water charges and the residents/owners will have to pay for these charges. As for the water charge, the owners/residents will pay according to the usage of the water supply as can be seen from the invoice and receipts below.
Under such circumstances how could Danau Kota Management chalked up such a big debt of RM674, 009.35 of which RM483, 389.50 for electricity and RM190, 619.85 for water supply.
According to the calculation based on the total owners/residents of 1, 914 units of flat, the Danau Kota Management Services was collecting an average of RM88, 044.00 for maintenance charges and RM7, 656.00 for Sinking fund from the owners/residents monthly.
Assuming that the Danau Kota Management commenced the said collections in 2007, the total collections until 2012 for the maintenance charges should be RM5, 167, 800.00 and Sinking Fund RM551, 232.00.
Mr David Lim Kok Chu and/or the directors of Danau Kota Management Services namely, Tan Seng Kee, Lim Chin Huat and Woo Siew Lan should explain to the owners/residents of Danau Kota Flats what had happened to the maintenance charges, Sinking Fund and the water charges that have been paid by the owners/residents.
Below are the sample for the invoice, receipt for payment made for water supply and receipt for payment of maintenance charges. The residents who provide the invoice and receipts below have requested that their identities be protected. Hence, yours truly has deleted the name, address, unit number, receipt and invoice number.