Residential Tenancies Act 2004
Provision of information in relation to service charges by management companies.
188.—(1) A tenant of a dwelling which is one of a number of dwellings comprising an apartment complex may request the management company (if any) of the complex (“the company”) to furnish to him or her particulars in writing of the service charges made by the company in respect of the dwelling in a specified period and how those charges have been calculated.
(2) Subject to subsection (3), it shall be the duty of the company to comply with such a request.
(3) If the owner of the dwelling were to make a request of the company to furnish to him or her the particulars mentioned in subsection (1) and the company would not be obliged to furnish all of those particulars to him or her then the duty of the company under subsection (2) shall be read as extending only to the particulars that the company would be obliged to furnish to the owner were such a request to be made.
(4) In this section “service charges” means charges made by the company in respect of the performance of functions by it in relation to the apartment complex concerned.