To prevent myself from being sued, I will just present as much facts as I can as what I am about to write implicates certain individuals, the former building manager, Henry Butcher and also the developer, UM Residences, a subsidiary of UMLand.
As we all know, Seri Bukit Ceylon was built by UMLand in a JV with Singapore's Capital Land. I actually attended the 1st AGM by the Joint Management Body (JMB). I was really impressed by that meeting and the positive gestures given by UMLand, at that time helmed by CEO Andrew Wong. When he handed over the management of the building to the JMB, he very generously wrote off the deficits from the accounts so the JMB can start at par and also provided the JMB an office at a nominal rent of RM1.