Singapore: Condos turn to by-laws as Govt mulls over rules on short-term home rentals

Unhappy with the sheer volume of tourists rotating through their condominium for short stays, the management committee of The Sail@Marina Bay decided to take things into their own hands, and last year passed a by-law to compel residents to present their tenancy agreements upon request.  A bouncer was even deployed to deal with aggressive and uncooperative residents, in a precautionary move taken by its Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST).    Read the article………….


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