The apartments made up of blocks A, B and C were originally run by a single joint management body (JMB) but were split in two after strata titles were issued in June last year.
The blocks are located on two separate plots of land with all 333 units in blocks A and B run by MC 1 while MC 2 manages the 96 units in Block C.
One management corporation (MC) is now taking legal action against another over maintenance fees for common areas.
“The monthly maintenance fees should not be spent on hiring lawyers for a lawsuit,” said Sri Jinjang Apartments Residents Association chairman Yee Tian King.
Tian King added that they were confused over the need to have separate management bodies as all three blocks shared the same entrance and security service.
Kepong Community Service Centre head Yee Poh Ping, who organised a press conference on the matter, said he would meet with Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s Commissioner of Buildings (COB) to mediate.
“We hope the COB can find a solution to the residents’ problems and ensure there is only one management body for common areas,” Poh Ping added.