Macau: Legislature passes condo management bill

The Legislative Assembly (AL) finally passed a government-initiated bill regulating the management of the common areas of condominiums, slated to come into effect a year after its promulgation in the Official Gazette (BO), during a plenary session on Tuesday.  According to Macau Post Daily, the legislature rejected, however, a clause in the bill which proposed that the new owner of a condominium unit would have been required to pay up to two years of outstanding management fees the previous owner of the unit failed to pay.    Read the article…………..


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