MC drops appeal in condo dispute over shoe cabinet in corridor

The cabinet, placed beside the apartment's front door, is 1.06m long and 0.36m wide.
The cabinet, placed beside the apartment's front door, is 1.06m long and 0.36m wide.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
The management corporation at The Infiniti in West Coast Park claims that the cabinet reduced the width of the common corridor available for fire escape.
The management corporation at The Infiniti in West Coast Park claims that the cabinet reduced the width of the common corridor available for fire escape.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

The management corporation (MC) of The Infiniti condominium, which lost its court bid to get owners of a unit to remove a shoe cabinet from the corridor alongside their front door, has withdrawn its appeal to the High Court.

The MC filed the withdrawal notice last month, documents at the High Court showed. The notice had the consent of the unit's owners and the move was subsequently endorsed by the High Court.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 08, 2020, with the headline 'MC drops appeal in condo dispute over shoe cabinet in corridor'. Print Edition | Subscribe