Lala Devidayal Road, Mulund West, Mumbai 400080.
Regarding Higher Water Bill Rate per KL from 03/06/2017 to 06/09/2017, 06/09/2017 to 05/12/2017, 05/12/2017 to 06/03/2018, 06/03/2018 to 02/06/2018, 02/06/2018 to 05/09/2018 and 06/09/2018 to 05/12/2018.
Reference: Bill Meter No 8976 Sr No T 054/27
Our earlier Letter dated 06/12/2017, 06/02/2018 and our several personal visits
In reference to above, we would like to state that:
We have intimated your office on 06/12/2017 and 06/02/2018 to reduce our water rate per kl as per the residential charges. But till date the water bills are coming at the rate of 9.83 which is on higher side which is as per commercial rates.
We would once again request you to kindly reduce our water bill rates to 4.66 per kl with effect from 11th January 2017, as we have received occupancy certificate on 11th January 2017. We alsp request you to kindly adjust the excess payment made by us in future bills.
We would also request you to kindly issue water bill in the name of the society as we have registered our society on 17th January 2018.
In view of above letter, there is no response from them. however, verbally they have informed there are pending dues of water bills amounting to Rs 5.50 lakh which are unpaid by the builders and they have also issued p form to the builder. They have told us that unless and until the previous dues are not paid by the builder the water bill rates will be coming at 9.83.
What is the remedy as each society member has to pay high water bill.
Our sincere request to moneylife foundation to guide us in this matter. CHS, property-related issues
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Before she writes a letter to.the land lord.mentioning these issues she received the following.letter from the land lord.
1. Set of Keys Handed over: - 2 key sets(4 Nos) for both main doors. 1 Key set (4 Nos.) for both bedroom wardrobes, both bedroom doors keys(2Nos). No duplicates are allowed to be made. Loss of keys will incur tenants cost of new locks and installation.
2. Doors such as sliding doors to be used SLOWLY so as it stays on track and not push hard. to Avoid any wear & tear.
3. Main safety door to be closed immediately as person have used it as due to ventilation of airflow it might bang hard on edges causing further damages.
4. Beds and other furniture shall not be flushing on wall to maintain paint. Wall condition to be maintained as is and any damages and deterioration will be recovered from deposits.
5. Upkeep of house, regular maintenance, pest-control in followed as norm.
6. We have executed new annual contract for ACs, Aqua-guard, and ongoing contract Pest control . Copy of AC service contract is attached. You can talk to Aquagard, AC & Pest control services during every interval for completing their services. As 12 months term period gets over for first annual period and/or even during exit you need to ensure that all contracts are executed/renewed annually.
7. All utility bills (electricity & Gas) have to be paid on time in full.
8. Monthly rentals have to be paid before 5th of every month in mine & my spouse account as shared. For second half of August 2019 month rental INR 18500/- pending to be remitted in my spouse (Nilesh Zarekar) account before 5th of August.
9. While operating geyser, ensure hot water tap is ON to avoid any damage to appliance.
10. Gas tap have to be closed in the night, while leaving home to maintain safe conditions.
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