Legal and Enforcement
The Legal and Enforcement Section provides legal support to the Corporation and ensures that the rules and regulations of the estates are abided to.
The Section also facilitates the transfer of properties to clients once their loan repayment is completed.
The Section is responsible for the execution of the Self-financing Scheme. Under this scheme, PMC facilitates the construction of houses for clients who can raise funds for the project. PMC transfers the property to clients once construction is completed.
Rules and Regulations
- Residents shall not keep dogs and other animals on housing estates
- Residents shall not alter the structure of the property or erect other structure on the estates
- Residents shall not conduct business on the estate
- Residents shall not lease the property without the written consent of PMC
- Residents shall use the property for themselves and their immediate family members
- Residents shall not exceed the number of residents in a housing unit, as per the approved number stated in the application and agreed by the Ministry
- Residents shall make payment of the house promptly through monthly installment
- Residents shall not cause nuisance/disturbance to any person and the property
- Residents shall not change the colour of the exterior and roof of the property
- Residents shall not be involved in any illegal or immoral activities on the estate
Challenges faced on estates
PMC is faced with a number of challenges. These are in the form of:
- Derelict vehicles
- Anti-social behaviour
- illegal structures
- Keeping animals on estates
- Stray dogs
- Dumping rubbish illegally
- Over crowdedness
- Neighbors disputes
- Use of foul languages
- Loud music
- Illegal activities
- Non- payment of rent
- Septic tank issues
PMC aims to ensure that peace and cleanliness are maintaned on all of its estates. PMC also holds meetins with tenants and intended purchasers to encourage good community living. PMC have representatives on all the district teams, the aim is to bring forth issues faced by the district with a view to provide solutions to clients. PMC also forms part of the taskforce committee at district level. The taskforce conducts patrols and provides solutions on issues affecting communities.
Notices are issued to clients who do not comply to the rules and regulations of PMC.
If non-compliance persists, legal actions may be taken against clients and they may be evicted.