House Rules

The House Rules of Tanamera Crest (“the condominium”) are set to promote a harmonious living community protecting all residents from annoyance whilst preserving the reputation and prestige of the Condominium (thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities).

The full authority and responsibility for the enforcement of these House Rules lie with the Management. Only the Management may amend the House Rules. Suggestions are welcome from all residents but must be put in writing to the Management who reserves the right to decide on the implementation of the suggestions.

All residents and invitees of the Condominium shall be bound by the House Rules. Invitees and any other personnel (such as contractors, deliverymen, serviceman etc) in relation to the resident shall be the responsibility of the residents. All residents and invitees are expected to be of good and reasonable conduct at all times.

Definitions

  • These Rules may be referred to as the “House Rules”
  • In these Rules, unless the context state otherwise.
    1. “Subsidiary Proprietor” or Owner” shall mean the person holding legal title to a housing unit.
    2. “Resident” shall mean the persons residing in the housing unit.
    3. “Guest” shall mean persons on the premises at the invitation of a resident.
    4. “Condominium” shall mean the housing units and the common property of Tanamera Crest.
    5. ‘Common Property” shall mean all areas in the estate with the exception of the housing units.
    6. “Management” shall mean the developer, M/s TM Land Pte Ltd, M/s CREATION MANAGEMENT PTE LTD being the Managing Agents, or the authorized officers of the management Corporation (Upon its constitution
    7. “Managing Agent” shall mean M/s CREATION MANAGEMENT PTE LTD.
    8. “Housing Units” or Shall mean a horizontal stratum of any building or part thereof, whether such stratum is one or more levels, or is partially or wholly below the surface of the ground, which is used or intended to be used as a complete and separate unit for the purpose of habitation may be comprised in a lot or in part of any sub-divided building in accordance with the registered strata title plan and subject to the interpretation of the Land Titles ( Strata ) Act.
  • The Management reserves the right to amend, add or delete any rules and regulations as and when it is deemed necessary.

Use of housing Units and Common Property

Every Subsidiary proprietor/Resident shall not:

  1. Use or permit their unit to be used for any purpose other than for private residential dwellings unless otherwise approved by the competent authority under the Planning Act.
  2. Permit the floors, walls or roofs within the Condominium that shall cause an increase in insurance premium rates or the cancellation, invalidation or non-renewal of existing insurance policies.
  3. Deface, cause damage nor use as a playground the lifts, lift lobbies, common corridors, staircases, walls, and walk-ways in the front areas of Condominium and/or any other common property in the Condominium.
  4. Mark, paint, drive nails or screws or otherwise damage or deface any structure that forms part of or adjoins the common property.
  5. Use the lobbies or any other common property of the Condominium for any private or public functions without prior written consent from the Management.
  6. Make excessive noise or engage in offensive conduct. Any occupant, guest or servant using the common property of the Condominium between the hours of 10.00pm and 8.00am shall do so quietly so as not to cause any disturbance or annoyance to others. Radio, hi-fi equipment shall be kept at reasonable volume at all times.
  7. Keep, store or use explosives of any nature in the housing units. Petroleum products that may be kept or stored shall be limited to the usual quantities incidental to the occupancy of a private residential units.
  8. Use or store any inflammable chemical, liquid etc. That is potential fire, safety or health hazards.
  9. Cook in the common property of the Condominium other than the designated areas.
  10. Store goods or other items in the common property.
  11. Ride, use or leave in any corridor, stairway or the pool side deck any bicycles, tricycles, children’s riding toys, rollers skates, skateboards and the likes.
  12. Throw any object especially waste food into the refuse chute without placing and securing them in suitable plastic bags ( for environmental health reasons) or dispose any large object or smouldering items into the refuse chute that may cause obstruction or fire in the refuse chute.
  13. Hold political or religious activities or gathering in the common property.
  14. Allow or keep any pets within or the common property including lifts, passages, lobbies, front and back gardens, swimming pools, children playground, etc. which may cause nuisance or annoyance to others. Subsidiary proprietor must be responsible for any inconvenience or harm caused to others including clearing of the pets’ dropping in the common property. Pets shall be constantly kept on a leash in common property.
  15. Paste any advertisements, circulars or notices at lift lobbies or in other common property by the resident.
  16. Video-filming or photo taking of any part of the common property without prior consent from the Management.
  17. Organise sale auction in the housing unit. Garage sale shall be permitted only with prior consent from the Management and provided that they shall not cause nay nuisance or inconvenience.
  18. Install any television antenna, air-conditioner, fixtures/fittings and other equipment on the rooftop, the common corridor, other parts of the Condominium, balcony, planter box, veranda and/ or any external part of the unit without prior written consent from the Management.
  19. Enclose private enclosed space, private roof terrace, private open terrace, common property and other like areas.
  20. Erect any air-conditioning condensers, extractor fans, awnings, shades, screens, Venetian blinds, bamboo sticks, window grilles, door grilles, yard grilles and other like items without prior written consent from the Management.
  21. Hang items that shall clutter the look of the Condominium façade. In particular, textile items shall not be hung from poles that protrude through the windows, balconies or roofs of the housing units.
  22. Vandalize or dirty the lifts. no wet bathing suits, smoking, drinking or eating shall be permitted in the lifts. Lifts shall be solely for passenger use only. Children below seven (7) years old when using lifts must be accompanied by an adult resident.
  23. Prop open or obstruct lift doors or in any way that shall interfere with the normal functioning of the lifts. IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE OUTBREAK, NO LIFTS SHOULD BE USED. All residents shall leave the Condominium by the escape stairways.
  24. Hold customary or traditional rites (e.g. funeral wakes) within the Condominium.
  25. Burn incense paper, joss stick and candle at the common property. Proper containers shall be used for the burning of incense paper. Residents shall be required to pay for the damages to the common property caused by burning of the incense paper, joss stick and candle.
  26. Erect shrine for any purpose in any part of the common property.

Every Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident shall:

  1. Submit the names and particulars of all occupants, contact numbers and other information required by the Management.
  2. Inform the Management Office if they are away so that arrangements can be made for security measures.
  3. Ensure that their plants are maintained in a manner that shall not deface the façade of the building, create a nuisance or be a danger to others.
  4. Prevent stagnant water in pots, pans etc. resulting in breeding of mosquitoes.
  5. Allow only authorized sports at the common property designates for such purpose.
  6. Inform the Management two (2) weeks in advance where there is transportation of building materials, equipment, machinery or any other bulky goods so that arrangements can be made for the use of lifts
  7. Ensure that their contractors who wish to transport building materials, furniture / furnishings or any other bulky goods must use appropriate coverings for all sides and floor of lift car. Furniture, furnishing equipment or other common property shall not be damaged or removed from their location.
  8. Be liable for all costs and expenses incurred in replacing or restoring any damage to the common property if the resident, his guest or his contractor causes such damage.

By-Law added during 13th AGM

  1. Estate will provide lift padding and Residents are required to pay a fee of $20.00 (Subject to GST) for lift padding for renovation works or moving in/out
  2. A cleaning penalty fee of $200.00(subject to GST) shall be imposed upon the owners/residents caught not cleaning after their pet has excreted or urinated at any common area.

Bulk Delivery and House Moving

  • Bulk delivery and house moving shall be carried out during the following hours:
    • Mondays to Sundays: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
  • Resident is required to inform the Management two (2) weeks in advance of their schedules for such deliveries/removals.
  • All delivery/removal contractors engaged to carry out such deliveries/removals shall report to the Guard House to obtain identification passes and shall wear their passes at all times prior to identification passes and shall wear their passes at all times prior to carrying out the work each day; failing which, the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to unknown persons, not being a resident, whose reasons for being present in the Condominium cannot be verified. The Management’s security personnel shall have the right to question any person in the Condominium found without a pass.
  • Workmen carrying out deliveries/removals shall use only the designated lifts and staircases so as not to inconvenience residents. Packing and crating materials shall be disposed of and removed from the condominium by the resident/contractor on the same day that they are bought in.
  • Resident is not allowed to tap water/electricity supply from the common property for their personal use.
  • Unwanted materials, debris, etc shall not be left at the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other common property. The Management shall remove such items at their discretion and removal fees incurred from such incidences shall be charged to the resident concerned.
  • Resident shall ensure that no damage is caused to any part of the common property or the building during such deliveries/removals. Any damage caused shall be rectified by the resident concerned at his own cost upon receipt of notice to that effect from the Management. Resident shall also indemnify the Management for any liability claim or action taken by third party due to negligence of delivery/removal contractor.
  • No unwanted materials, debris, etc shall be left in the common property, failing which, they shall be removed by the Management and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the resident concerned.
  • Resident shall be responsible for the conduct and behavior of their appointed contractor. Any damages to the Condominium and common property caused by the moving of the furniture or effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the resident concerned.

Renovation Guidelines

  • Please refer to the Guide to the Addition & Alteration Works for the Dos’ and DON’Ts of any addition and alteration works.

Car Transponder

The car transponder is used at the main entrance to facilitate entry into the estate.

  1. The car transponder shall be mounted on the bottom left of the windscreen.
  2. To activate the gate, the driver is advised to drive close to the reader.
  3. Each apartment is entitled to only one (1) car transponder. First time application for the transponder is free of charge. The cost of replacing a lost/damaged transponder is S$50.00 (exclusive of 7% GST). Please inform the Management of any lost/damaged transponder.
  4. Car transponder is issued to the Subsidiary Proprietor only upon application. For tenanted apartments, tenant shall collect the car transponder from the Subsidiary Proprietor.
  5. Car transponders are not transferable.
  6. When an apartment is sold, transponder issued must be handed over to the new Subsidiary Proprietor, or a charge of S$50.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) per transponder shall be imposed and payable by the new Subsidiary Proprietor upon application of a transponder.
  7. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof – i.e. vehicle log cards, company certified Letters ( for company cars), rental documents for rental cars or Subsidiary Proprietor’s authorization letter, etc, of ownership and residence. Applicant is requested to update their addresses in the vehicle log cards before applying for the transponder.
  8. The Management shall remove any vehicle without a valid car transponder if it is found parking in a lot other than a designated lot or in areas not drawn as parking lots. The cost of removal shall be borne by the owner of the vehicle.

Use of parking areas

  1. Parking areas shall not be used for recreation, storage or repair works by resident or their visitor.
  2. No reservation of any parking lot is allowed except for those labeled “Handicapped” where applicable.
  3. Visitors driving into the Condominium must give their particulars including the unit and block they intend to visit to the guard on duty at the Guard House. All visitors are only allowed to park in the designated car park lots reserved for visitors.
  4. Commercial vehicles owned by the resident are allowed to park in the car park only after obtaining written consent from the Management.
  5. Vehicles and machinery such as fork lift, generator, wielding machine, air compressor, lifting equipment, container etc., shall not be allowed to enter the estate unless prior written consent from the Management is obtained.
  6. Vehicles such as cranes, road tanker, container, trailer, etc., shall not be allowed to park in the Condominium car park unless prior written consent from the Management is obtained.
  7. All motor vehicles shall be parked in the parking lots. No vehicle shall be left unattended in any driveway or at other common property within the Condominium except for loading and unloading purposes with prior consent obtained from the Management is.
  8. Prior written consent from the management shall be obtained for access and parking of motor lorry or vehicle exceeding an unladen weight of 2,500 kilograms.
  9. No motor vehicle shall be parked beyond the boundary lines of the parking lot, or in a manner that causes obstruction to the traffic flow in or around the car park.
  10. Servicing of vehicles parked within the Condominium is not allowed (except in the case of a breakdown).
  11. Washing of vehicles using water hose is not permitted.
  12. Resident shall ensure that the fixtures and fittings in the car park are not damaged during their occupancy or they shall be liable for any damage caused.
  13. All vehicles parked in the Condominium are at the vehicle owners’ own risk. The Management shall not be held liable for any theft, damage or other misdemeanour caused to the vehicle and/ or their contents.

Wheel Clamping

  1. All vehicles shall be parked at the designated car park lots. Visitors shall park at the visitors' lots.
  2. Wheel-clamping notice / sign will be displayed to warn residents / visitors that this is a wheel-clamping area.
  3. Vehicles found not displaying a valid car park label and parked at the residents’ car park lots will be clamped. Vehicles parked indiscriminately or at non-designated parking areas will be wheel-clamped.
  4. Wheel clamp will be released upon payment of S$150.00.
  5. Violation notice will be issued and placed onto the vehicle windscreen. After 15 minutes of grace period, the vehicle will be clamped.
  6. If the vehicle is parked with the wheel clamp overnight or for more than one day, the wheel clamp shall only be removed on payment of a surcharge of S$50.00 per day or part thereof in addition to the aforesaid payment.
  7. Payment shall be made to the Management Office during office hours or at the guardhouse. Upon payment, the wheel-clamp will be removed.
  8. The Management shall not be liable for any damages howsoever caused to any vehicles immobilized by its agents or anyone so authorized arising from the breach of the By-Laws.

Resident's Access Card

  1. Resident’s Access Card shall be issued free of charge for first application. Each apartment is allocated with four (4) numbers of Resident’s Access Cards.
  2. Resident’s Access Card is used to gain entry into the Condominium (via side gate) by waving the card against the card reader.
  3. Resident’s Access Card is issued to the Subsidiary Proprietor. For tenanted apartments, tenant shall collect the Resident’s Access Card from the Subsidiary Proprietor.
  4. The Management reserves the right to request for documentary evidence to prove that the application (s) is/are residing in the Condominium before issuing the Resident’s Access Card.
  5. Any addition or replacement of card issued above the allowable number shall be charged at S$30.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) per card (maximum of 2 cards). Any application for more than 2 cards (chargeable) shall be considered on a case-to-case basis and documentary evidence is required to prove that the applicants are residing in the Condominium.
  6. To replace a lost card, a letter declaring the loss of the card is required. Please inform the Management of any lost cards immediately.
  7. When an apartment is sold, all Resident’s Access Cards issued must be handed over to the new Subsidiary Proprietor. A charge of S$30.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) per card shall be imposed for the application and payable by the new Subsidiary Proprietor.

Recreational and Communal Facilities

For full enjoyment of facilities by all residents at Tanamera Crest, it is encouraged that the residents observe and comply with the House Rules.

  1. Resident and their guest are entitled to use the recreational and communal facilities during the operating hours. However, resident must accompany their guest at all times and they shall ensure that their guest comply with all the House Rules.
  2. Resident shall be required to produce their Access Card while making bookings for the recreational facilities. Failure to do so may result in the refusal to use the recreational facilities.
  3. Resident instructing their housemaid to make bookings for the recreational facilities on their behalf shall produce an authorization letter to the Management Office before the booking shall be confirmed.
  4. Children under twelve (12) years of age shall not be allowed to use any of the recreational facilities unless accompanied by their parent or supervisory adult who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behaviour.
  5. Resident and guest shall be properly attired when using the recreational facilities.
  6. Resident shall be responsible for any damage caused to the recreational facilities by them or their guest. Resident must inform the Management staff or security personnel of any existing damages to the recreational facilities prior to their use or they shall be held responsible for such damages.
  7. The Management shall not be held responsible for loss or damage caused to any personal property, injury or death arising from the use of the recreational facilities.
  8. The Management, security personnel or any appointed representative of the Managing Agent shall require any person in the recreational area to identify him or her at any time.
  9. Except for those activities for which the recreational facilities are specially intended for, no other games or activities (such as football, roller-skating, roller-blading, skate boarding, aerobics etc.) shall be allowed in or about the recreational facilities.
  10. Resident and their guest shall abide by all the rules and regulations when they use the recreational facilities. Each facility has its own set of rules and regulations.
  11. Smoking is prohibited within the vicinity of the enclosed recreational facilities.
  12. The Management reserves the right to change any rules and regulations. Resident shall be notified in advance before such changes take effect.
  13. Taking into consideration of the number of residents residing in the estate and to prevent any unauthorized use of the facilities, the following persons shall not be entitled to use the Access Card for the use of facilities:
    1. Subsidiary Proprietor who have leased out their apartments;
    2. Maid and other employee of resident;
    3. Guest on temporary stay in the Condominium; and
    4. Children below twelve (12) years of age.

On-Line Facilities Booking

This feature allows homeowners and family members to book facilities such as barbecue pits, tennis courts etc from the Condominium Portal. It can also be used to check for the availability of facilities based on dates requested by the portal user.

  1. Getting started. To begin you will need a internet connection. You can register online your self or be invited by management. Once approved you can direct your computers browser to http://tanemeracrest.com.sg and enter your email and password to access the portal features and functions.
  2. Safeguarding Your Internet Access. Here are some pointers for you to ensure that your online security and accounts are not compromised. Please read through them to learn how best to protect your account from intrusion when using the Condominium Portal.
    1. Before entering your User ID and password, you should always ensure that the website you are visiting belongs to Tanamera Crest. The URL displayed in your browser, as well as the Footer information displayed on the web page can verify this. It is important to protect yourself against any forms of online theft of your User ID and password. Each valid User ID and password identifies you uniquely as a resident or tenant of Tanamera Crest. It is recommended that you change your password regularly.
    2. It is important to log out each time you have finished using the Condominium Portal, even if it is for a short while. This will prevent any transactions from being performed without your authorization. This is especially so when your unit’s web cameras are accessible from the internet.
    3. You are encouraged not to save your User ID and password by using the “Auto Complete” function of your browser. This function stores and lists possible matches from entries that you have typed previously.
    4. You are encouraged to delete junk or chain emails. Do not open email attachment from strangers.
    5. We recommend against conducting your Condominium Portal transactions on shared or public PCs. This will increase your risk exposure to malicious programs or viruses.
    6. You should clear your browser’s cache and history after each session so that your account information is removed.
  3. You should also exercise precaution against viruses or other programs such as Trojans that can capture your password keystrokes and other personal information. Such capture data can be sent to another party without prior consent. To avoid getting infected, we recommend that you:
    1. Equip your PC with the latest virus detection software so as to protect yourself against any virus attacks and other malicious attacks.
    2. Update the anti-virus and firewall products with security patches or newer versions on a regular basis.
    3. Avoid using programs that allow you to automatically get or preview files.
    4. Install a personal firewall to protect against hackers, virus attacks or Trojan Horse programs.

Barbecue Pits

  1. Barbecue hours:
    • Sunday to Saturday & Public Holidays
    • Session I : 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
    • Session II: 5.00 pm to 10.00 pm
  2. Only resident with valid Facilities Card is permitted to book the barbecue pits. All bookings are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  3. Bookings may be made in person not more than one (1) month in advance at the Management Office during office hours. Application forms shall be completed and submitted to the Management Office together with the payment of a non-refundable booking fee of $10.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) for charcoal or $20.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) for gas per session and refundable deposit of $50.00. Alternatively, bookings may also be made on-line from the Condominium Portal. (For more information, please log onto http://tanameracrest.com.sg)
  4. Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per month subject to the availability of the barbecue pits.
  5. Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least one (1) week before the booked date. in this case, the booking fees of s$10.00 (or $20.00) will be refunded. the resident shall then choose to book another date.
  6. All bookings are not transferable.
  7. There shall be a maximum of ten (10) guests at each barbecue area.
  8. Resident shall ensure that their guest comply with the rules and regulations contained herein.
  9. Resident shall ensure that their guest comply with the rules and regulations contained herein.
  10. Resident shall ensure that the barbecue pit area is cleaned and left in a tidy condition after use.
  11. All unwanted leftover food, litter, etc. shall be properly disposed off into the refuse containers provided nearby.
  12. Setting up of tents or camping overnights is not permitted.
  13. Portable sound systems are allowed at the barbecue areas provided that the volume of the sound systems is maintained at a reasonable level. The management reserves the right to remove any of these equipment should it deem fit.
  14. The applicant shall ensure that the noise be maintained at a reasonable level. noisy activities shall not be allowed after 10.00 p.m.
  15. Written approvals shall be obtained from the management to hold musical performances or activities e.g. live bands.
  16. Entertainment activity is not allowed at the barbecue area.
  17. Permission shall be obtained from the management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used at the barbecue area.
  18. The management shall not be held responsible for any injuries, damage or loss sustained by resident and their guest during the use of these pits.
  19. The management, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any permit granted. the management shall not be liable for any damages arising from the rejection of the application or revocation of the permit.

Function Room

  1. Opening hours: Monday to Sundays & Public Holidays: 10.00 am to 10.00 pm
  2. Booking is divided into two sessions which are as follows:
    • Sunday to Saturday & Public Holidays
    • Session I : 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
    • Session II: 5.00 pm to 10.00 pm
  3. Only resident with a valid Facilities Card is permitted to book the function room at the Management Office during office hours. All bookings are accepted on a first-come-first serve basis.
  4. Bookings shall be made in person not more than one (1) month in advance at the Management Office during office hours. The application form shall be completed and submitted to the Management Office together with the payment of a non-refundable booking fee of S$20.00 (exclusive of 7% GST) per session and a refundable deposit of S$50.00. Alternatively, bookings may also be made on line from the Condominium Portal. (For more information, please log onto http://tanameracrest.com.sg)
  5. Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per month subject to the availability of the function room.
  6. Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least one (1) week before the booked date. In this case, the booking fee of S$20.00 will be refunded. The resident shall then choose to book and other date.
  7. The deposit of S$50.00 is required when making a booking to ensure that the premises used is left in a clean and satisfactory condition as determined by the Management. The cost of cleaning and additional charges, if any, shall be deducted from the deposit and the balance be refunded to the resident who has made the reservation. However, if cost of cleaning or repair to the damage exceeds the deposited amount, the resident shall be billed for the difference.
  8. Telephone bookings shall not be valid.
  9. The resident who placed the booking shall be held responsible for the cleanliness of the function room and its surroundings.
  10. The function room shall only be used for functions such as weddings, birthday parties or any social functions approved by the Management.
  11. The function room shall not be used for commercial, religious, political, company gatherings or any illegal activities.
  12. The maximum number of guest allowed to use the function room shall not exceed twenty (20) persons at any one time.
  13. The applicant shall ensure that the noise is maintained at a reasonable level. Noisy activities will not be allowed after 10.00 pm.
  14. Decorations shall be secured only with the use of “blue tac” so as to protect the surface of the walls and ceiling boards. All decorations shall be removed after the function.
  15. All tables, chairs, equipment brought into the function room for the approval function shall be removed from the function room on the same day, if not by the next day before the first session of the day.
  16. No cooking is allowed and washing of cups, plates and other utensils are to be done only at the designated area.
  17. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the function room.
  18. All bookings are not transferable.
  19. The resident shall indemnify the Management against all action claims and demands that may be brought or made against the Management by any person or persons on account of or attributable to use of the function room.
  20. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injuries, damage or loss sustained by resident and their guest during the use of the function room.
  21. The Management in its absolute discretion reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any permit granted. The Management shall not be liable for any damages arising from the rejection of the application or revocation of the permit.

Tennis Court

  1. Opening hours: Sundays to Saturdays & Public Holidays: 7.00 am to 10.00pm
  2. Only resident with valid Facilities Card is permitted to book the court at the Management Office during office hours and at the Guard House after office hours, or on line bookings. All bookings are accepted on a first-come-first serve basis.
  3. All bookings are not transferable.
  4. Each apartment is allocated a maximum of two (2) one-hour sessions or one (1) two-hour session per week.
  5. After a resident’s entitlement has been used up for the week, current bookings of one-hour sessions are permitted subject to availability within 15 minutes before playing time.
  6. Residents who are unable to turn up for their sessions shall inform the Management Office or Guard House one (1) hour before the session, failing which the booking shall be automatically cancelled after 15 minutes from the appointed time.

Updated By-Laws

By-Law added during 13th AGM

  1. Estate will provide lift padding and Residents are required to pay a fee of $20.00 (Subject to GST) for lift padding for renovation works or moving in/out
  2. A cleaning penalty fee of $200.00(subject to GST) shall be imposed upon the owners/residents caught not cleaning after their pet has excreted or urinated at any common area.

 

Disclaimer:-

While every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this attached information, the developer and its agents cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. All statements are believed to be correct but are not to be regarded as statements or representations of fact. All information is current at the time of going to press and is subject to change.