New rules for owners associations

Law 27 of 2017 provides a new legal framework for all owners’ associations, existing and new, effective from 1 March 2018. The law required detailed resolutions to support implementation. The first resolution, No. 7 of 2018 regulating Owners Associations and Joint Properties, came into effect on 26 September 2018.

Resolution (1) of 2020, which will regulate the management of all joint properties was gazette on 7 May 2020 and repeals existing Resolution (7) of 2018 which only applied to simple joint properties. 

Click here for link to Resolution (1) of 2020 
For further information please see Bulletin 6 and Bulletin 7 

What’s next for Owners’ Associations?

Existing owners associations are required to call a General Assembly and to bring themselves into compliance with the new requirements before 26 March 2019. The Guide for Owners Associations provides information on how to initiate and conduct meetings and lists key decisions required to be made to comply with the new RERA laws. It provides templates for notices of meeting, meeting agenda, proxy forms. It has a template for the Joint Property By-Law that now needs to be prepared for every owner's association. This may be downloaded and printed or accessed online as required.

Applications forms

Once the owners association has prepared the Joint Property By-Law following the template, an application form must be completed asking RERA to arrange registration of the document in the Special Register of Joint Properties.

For submitting applications or for any other enquiries please email us on

Additional information

RERA is preparing a separate guide for developers of joint properties, highlighting issues that are important during the design and development approval stages. When completed it will be referenced on this page.

Registered Owners Associations

Scroll down the table to view the registered Owners Associations, and click the button below the table to get a copy of it :