Owner Committee and Property Service Enterprise

Qiang ZENG


As the development of housing construction field, residential communities gradually establish the owners’ committee which also leads to improvement of the property management system. Even though current law has defined the function and power of owners’ meeting and owners’ committee as the execution institution, legal status of owners’ committee is still relatively ambiguity during the issue settlement which leads to uncertain qualification of owners’ committee as the legal representative and whether has legal right to bring a lawsuit for handling the disputes. What’s more, relationship between owners’ committee and enterprises’ property service suffers much more discussion due to unclear legal status of owners’ committee. This thesis canalizes the relationship between owners’ committee and enterprises that provide property service, offers construction suggestions on completely fulfilling function capacity of owners’ committee and accelerates the owners’ development through self management from the perspective of owners’ committee legal status.


Owners’ committee; Property service enterprise; Legal status

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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