Calculations for the services of "stairs electricity" and "electric power lift" are performed according to Government Decision no.191 of 19 February 2002 and Government Decision no. 1339 of 15 October 2002. Monthly, housing fund managers present data on the amount of electricity consumed for each meter installed in the block. This volume is divided proportionally to the number of occupants who are resident in the apartments using these services and are connected to the counters. When calculating electricity consumption, the days when the lift was disconnected are also considered.
The owners' association, as is the name, represents the interests of the owners and not the tenants who have a contract with the owners. Thus, tenants have no right in the owners' association and can not be part of it.
The amount of heating energy for domestic hot water is determined as follows:
- In the case of counted flats, the heat consumption for domestic hot water is determined on the basis of indices of individual meters, presented monthly by the tenants.
- If the meter readings are not displayed in the month of management or when the metrological verification period expires, the amount of heat for domestic hot water billed for the given apartment will be calculated based on the average monthly volume recorded by the meters in the last 2 consecutive months, the domestic hot water calculated in this way will be added to the meter readings. Starting with 3 months from the non-submission of the indices/expiry of the metrological verification period, the consumption norm for each tenant of the apartment will be indexed.
- For uncontrolled apartments, the amount of heating energy for domestic hot water is determined based on the consumption norm for each tenant of the apartment.
Note: If there is a difference between the amount of heat consumed for the domestic hot water preparation recorded by the meter installed at the connection of the building block and that presented by the tenants according to the indices of the meters installed in the apartments, this difference can be apportioned to the apartments according to a method agreed with the manager of the housing stock, in accordance with the legislation in force.
Joint property may be used by third parties, natural or legal persons, whether governed by public law or private law, only with the consent of the majority of the owners of the association and of the owners directly affected by the neighborhood on the basis of a lease, use or concession contract.
(1) Dwelling management shall be carried out by the dwelling real estate manager, which may be:
a) Association of co-owners in the condominium established in the manner established by the legislation;
b) an enterprise set up or contracted by the local public administration authority for the servicing and maintenance of dwellings in the locality;
(c) a natural or legal person, including the management organization contracted by the owner for the servicing and maintenance of dwellings;
d) owner / owner of the dwelling / dwelling, in accordance with the condominium law.
The "Hot Water" service was divided into two services: "Domestic Water" and "Thermal Energy (Hot Water)". The "Domestic Water" service is the technical water supplied by the hot water taps and the "Hot Water" is the thermal energy used to heat the water.
The amount of heating energy for the heating of the apartment is determined based on the cost of one m2 of the heated area of the apartment block (according to the amount of thermal energy recorded at the connection of the building block) and based on the heated surface of the apartment.
(1) The provision and payment of communal and non-communal services to owners or tenants shall be made on the basis of contracts concluded directly between service providers and owners or tenants. If the contract, for technical reasons, can not be concluded directly with the owners / tenants, it is concluded between the service providers and the manager (the condominium owners' association), who in turn concludes contracts with each owner / lessee .
(2) The service contract stipulates obligatorily the obligations and rights of the parties, the amount, the way of paying the payment for the rendered service and other conditions.
(3) The payment for the services rendered shall be performed according to the indicators of the meters installed in the dwelling and / or on the land. Records of water, electricity, natural gas and heat consumption shall be made on the basis of appropriate meter readings, legalized, metrologically verified in accordance with the legislation in force and installed in accordance with the technical conditions developed by the supplier.
(4) The payment for services rendered uncontroversed in the dwelling shall be made according to the indicators of the meters installed in the block and shall be distributed by the administrator for each uncontrolled dwelling according to its total area. The payment for communal and non-community services used in places of common use and for the operation of lifts shall be made on the basis of a regulation approved by the Government.
(5) Owners or tenants, consumers of communal and non-communal services, have the right to dismantle the dwellings belonging to them or to rent them from the communal and non-communal services. It is forbidden to disconnect from the communal and non-communal services that constitute the minimum housing requirements established according to the locality.
(6) The non-payment by a part of the owner / lessee of the provided communal services does not justify the total dismantling of the block from the electrical networks and installations (including the lifts), from the thermal networks, gas, water supply and sewerage, unless otherwise provided in the service contract.
(7) The natural and legal persons who own or use in the dwelling premises rooms other than the dwelling shall pay, necessarily, the expenses related to the provision of communal and non-communal services contracted with the provider or with the administrator. Such contracts shall be concluded by all natural and legal persons owning or using goods placed on the land belonging to the dwelling.
(8) The owners of the individual houses are obliged to pay for the communal and non-communal services provided under the contracts concluded directly with the service providers, as well as for the maintenance, servicing and repairing of the common property, when the individual houses are located on the adjacent lands, management of the co-owners' association in the condominium, in the case of receiving such services, whether the owners of these houses are members of the association or not.
(9) In the contracts concluded directly by the providers of communal and non-communal services with the final consumers, the providers will also provide services for the common needs of the block.