We the Establishment of the Community of UHMC, in Order to form a more perfect Unity, Establish Liberty & Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, promote Freedom and general Welfare, provide for the Basic needs and Security, do ordain and establish this Law for the Community of UHMC.
Fundamental Right Act-G1121
Every resident of UHMC Community is entitled to move freely throughout the Community and to reside in any part thereof, and no resident of UHMC Community shall be expelled from the Community or be refused entry thereof unless such person violate the Community Law, Constitutions and its Conducts.
Any person who is arrested or detained shall have the right to remain silent or avoid answering any question until after consultation with a legal practitioner or any other person of his own choice as UHMC Community Police Department will be working with Nigeria Security department in search or arrest of criminals and suspects within the Community wall.
Any person who is arrested or detained shall be informed immediately (and in English language which assumedly all resident understands) of the fact and grounds of his arrest or detention.
Any person who is unlawfully arrested or detained shall be entitled to compensation and public apology from the appropriate authority or person.
As a Resident of UHMC Community no person will be subjected to discrimination in respective of their Religion, Sex, Place of origin, Circumstance of birth, Political Opinion and Social Preferences.
No moveable or Immovable property shall be repossessed or taken possession of compulsorily by UHMC Community except of the following reason:
- For imposition of penalty or for breach of laws in its regards, whether under civil process or after conviction of an offence. (Movable properties)
- relating to leases, tenancies, mortgages, charges, bills of sale or any other rights or obligations arising out of contracts.
The Migration Law section provides information on laws, regulations and interpretations controlling migration and the work of the migration-related components of the Community Homeland Security.
Migration is a right and a passage to acquiring a better life; it is only wise and obligatory to seek for a better future as Nigerians. While seeking for a better life it is the obligation of The Community of UHMC to make sure all Residence are registered and are provided with proper Amenities that they can benefit from as Temporary Resident and Permanent Residence.
Getting a Temporary Work Permit, Temporary Residence or Permanent Residence Card
Buy Outright Process:
All people are eligible to apply for Immediate Permanent Residence Card. It is required to fill out a Form M-P44, Application to Register Immediate Permanent Residence.
One Step Process:
All people are eligible to apply for a Temporary Residence Card. It is required to fill out a Form M-45, Application to Register Residence, to become a Permanent Resident at the same time you must file Form M-44, Petition for Permanent Resident.
Two Step Process:
You still have the option to file your M-44 application any time after your Form M-45, as long as it has never been denied. Generally, you will need to submit Form M-A44, Notice of Action, with your Form M-44 after four and half years of Maintaining your Temporary Resident Card.
Three Step Process:
All people are eligible to apply for Work Permit. It is required to fill out Form M-30, Application for Work Permit. Your Work Permit is good for 120 days. After which you must have apply for Your Temporary Residence card 100 days prior to your work permit expiration date.
Migrating to Community of UHMC:
Migrating from one place to another is to seek for opportunity and in UHMC Community Opportunities is everywhere. Migrating is allowed only as Temporary Resident, Work Permit & Permanent Residence.
All People Across the globe are eligible and all eligible candidates shall read and understand the Community Law and its Constitution and must uphold and abide by its Law and Constitution.
General Rules Related To Migrating:
All Residence Must abide by the Migration Act, Protect and Guide the Law and Constitution of the Community for their Future and Future Generation.
All Temporary Residence who overstay past there 60 days' grace period will be subject to a fine of ₦50,000.
Any Candidate found with fake Residence Card or Work Permit will be subject to expulsion with a fine of ₦75,000 and a three-month suspension before reapplying to become a Residence.
Any Candidate found using someone else's Residence Card or Work Permit will also be subject to a fine of ₦150,000 paid within 30 days or be subject to expulsion with a six-month suspension before reapplying to become a Residence.
Any Candidate found within the Community wall without a Residence Card or Work Permit will also be subject to a fine of ₦150,000 paid within 30 days or be subject to expulsion with a six-month suspension before reapplying to become a Residence.
Community Deduction Services-G1210
The Community deduction does and do not complement your duty and right to the Federal Government of Nigeria. The purpose of Community deduction within the Community walls is to help the Community of UHMC fund its activities and serve the people of the Community.
The UHMC Community Deduction Service (CDS) is the revenue service of the Community of UHMC. The agency in charge is the Director of Finance, and is under the immediate direction of the Community Treasurer. The UHMC-IRS is responsible for collecting Community Deductions and administering the Internal Revenue Act. The Community Deduction law of UHMC and its duty to maximize Community Deduction revenue entails providing assistance to Community Deduction payers, as well as pursuing and resolving instances of erroneous or fraudulent Community Deduction filings. The CDS will also oversee various benefit programs, and enforce every of the Programs set herein.
Community Deduction is imposed on net income of individuals in the Community of UHMC by the General Council. Community Deduction is imposed on Individuals and Businesses. By law, businesses and individuals must file an income deduction return every year to determine if there is any accrued fee or whether they are eligible for Community
Deduction benefits. Community Deduction income is a key source of funds that the Community of UHMC uses to fund its activities and serve the people.
Individual Community Deduction Rate Guideline:
Businesses Community Deduction Rate Guideline:
The Community Deduction rate for Businesses will be 10% of Business Income. This deduction does not complement your duty and right to the Federal and State Government.
The Community Deduction(s) in the Community of UHMC does and do not complement your duty and right to the Federal Government of Nigeria. The purpose of deductions within the Community walls is to help the Community of UHMC fund its activities and serve the people of the Community of UHMC.
1. Individual worker 18 years of age and above will pay ₦1,000.00 with 2% from their salary.
2. Individual worker who has people leaving under the same house hold who are unemployed must pay the following fees
1. Adult age 18 and above: -₦1,000.00
2. Child age 17 and below: -₦500.00
Community Deduction Headings
Retirement Benefit Community Deduction :
Environmental Community Deduction
2% + (A) ₦1,000 (C) ₦500
Community Collection Community Deduction
Community Sales Community Deduction
Resident Retirement Benefit Collection is a 3% Community Deduction from your individual income. This collection Protect every hardworking individual in the Community of UHMC. Credits are the "building blocks" used to find out whether you have the minimum amount of covered work to qualify for each type of Resident Retirement benefits. If you stop working before you have enough credits to qualify for benefits, your credits will stay on your record. If you return to work later on, you can add more credits so that you can qualify. No benefits can be paid if you do not have enough credits. Here are the four basic qualified benefits.
1. The number of work credits you need to get retirement benefits depends on the amount of credit you've earned over the years. You need 35 credits (35 years of work).
1. The number of work credits needed for disability benefits depends on your age when you become disabled. Generally, you need 10 credits which you will earn in the 10 years ending with the year you become disabled. However, younger workers may qualify with fewer credits.
1) Before age 24--You may qualify if you have 6 credits earned in the 6-year period ending when your disability starts.
2) Age 24 to 31--You may qualify if you have credit for working between age 18 and the time you become disabled. For example, if you become disabled at age 27, you would need credit for 8 years of work (8 credits) out of the past 8 years (between ages 18 and 27).
3) Age 31 or older--In general, you need to have the number of work credits shown in the chart below.
4) Unless you are blind and completely disabled, you must have earned at least 10 of the credits in the 10 years immediately before you became disabled.
1) You must have earned up to 30 credits.
2) The number of credits needed to provide benefits for your survivors depends on your age when you die. The younger a person is, the fewer credits they must have for family members to receive survivor's benefits. But no one needs more than 35 credits (35 years of work) to be eligible for any Residential Retirement Benefit.
3) However, benefits can be paid to your children and your spouse who is caring for the children even if you don't have the required number of credits. They can get benefits if you have credit for 10 years of work (10 credits) just before your death.
This credit is paid to the spouse or Child until he or she can begin working or become employed.
1) You are unemployed through no fault of your own: That means you are out of a job due to reasons beyond your control, like a layoff. Therefore, if you quit your job or are fired for committing illegal or dangerous acts in the workplace, like stealing from your employer, you're not eligible.
2) You meet the Residential Retirement Benefit program (RRB) you have a minimum of 6 credits (6 years). A time worked or salary earned: For example, you must have worked in at least two calendar quarters of your "base period" (generally that just means the year before), be paid at least ₦30,000 in salary or If you had a solid, long-term job that you lost. You meet the minimum time and salary requirements.
This collection of Community Deduction is set to help the community and its people. And this is every individual right and responsibility to stay faithful and be fair in upholding their responsibility to the Community of UHMC.
Environmental ACT -G1434
Environmental conservation shall be conducted appropriately to ensure that the present and future generations of people living in the Community of UHMC can enjoy the blessing of a healthy and productive environment and that the environment as the foundation of human survival can be preserved into the future.
The Community of UHMC is responsible for formulating and implementing fundamental and comprehensive policies with regard to environmental conservation, pursuant to the basic principles on environmental conservation prescribed hereinafter,
Environmental Agency Activities Days:
1. In order to promote awareness and understanding of environmental conservation among corporations and the people, and to encourage willingness to pursue activities related to environmental conservation, there shall be designated the Environment Agency Activities Day.
2. The Environment Agency Cleaning Days shall be Tuesdays and Fridays.
3. The Community of UHMC shall make efforts to make sure every registered Agency dedicated to cleaning of Land and Properties Work in achieving that. The 2% Environmental Community Deduction collected from every residence income helps in keeping the Community clean and environmentally friendly to the people of UHMC.
There are laws relating to ticketing and behavior on public transport. These laws are enforced by UHMC Police Department (HPD) officers, including Community Homeland Security (CHS) officers.
If HPD officer has reason to believe that you have committed a public transport offence, they have the power to issue you with an on-the-spot fine, an infringement notice, or they may charge you with the offence. If you are charged, Community Judge can decide on your penalty in court.
Getting a fine
The UHMC Police Department of Transportation will manage fines for public transport offences; including the review process if you disagree with a fine you have been issued.
If you are fined you will receive an infringement notice telling you what your offence is and the date payment is due. Details on how to pay the penalty will appear on the infringement notice.
If you have been spoken to in relation to multiple offences, you may be charged with an offence.
Common public transport offences
The most common public transport offences are:
This means that a CHS officer or HPD officer says that they asked you to produce a valid Documentation and you were unable or refused to do so. The authorized officer can still ask to see your ticket after you have left the paid ticketing area.
If an authorized officer asks you to give your name and address you must do so. The Judge can still find you guilty of this offence if you eventually gave your name and address but at the start refused to do so.
You may be charged with this offence if an authorized officer believes on reasonable grounds that you committed an offence and when they asked for your name and/or address you did not give one, or gave a false one.
Prohibited language or behavior on public transport
While using public transport it is an offence to:
Smoking on public transport
It is an offence to:
Housing & Community Development-G1257
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The Community of UHMC Housing and Community Administration helps to ensure that buildings erected in the Community of UHMC meet applicable sta ndard for health and fire safety. The Administration establishes and enforces standards for industrialized/modular buildings and is responsible for inspecting and certifying these buildings. The Administr ation also assists by processing consumer complaints for the Homes. The Administration provides technical assistance to industry and the public to ensure that buildings are energy efficient and accessible to individuals with disabilities.
The Division of Housing and Community Development manages the Community's Affordable Housing Programs. These programs include the UHMC Homebuyer Assistance Program (HAP), which provides assistance to income-eligible first-time homebuyers. Using Department of Housing and Urban Development the Division of Community Services administers eviction prevention and housing counseling program that provides assistance to eligible households who need short-term assistance to stabilize their housing. These can include rental or mortgage payments and to assist with utility costs. In order to qualify for this program, the housing unit must be located within the Community of UHMC and you must be living and working in the community for 10 years and more.
Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
The Community of UHMC is committed to ensuring fair housing for all. The Community has prepared an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing. The Community is committed to ensuring fair housing for all. Equal and free access to residential housing is a fundamental right that enables members of the protected classes to pursue personal, education, employment and other goals. Because housing choice is so critical to personal development, fair housing is a goal that the Community of UHMC embraces in order to create equality and opportunity to make residents dreams a reality.
There shall be no discrimination. Examples of discrimination include:
In addition to providing protection for fair housing, the Division of Housing and Community Development (HCD) are in charge of dealing with landlord-tenant disputes relating to properties in the Community. If HCD is unable to mediate a dispute and there are reasonable grounds to believe a violation of law occurred, the Community has a Court on Landlord-Tenant Affairs, which can hear the case and render a judgment. Any decision of the Court on Landlord-Tenant Affairs may be appealed to the Nigeria Court
and all Court Charges will be the sole responsibility of The Landlord or Tenant appealing. The Community Attorney will protect the Judgment made by the Community Court and provide all evidence proven reason why this Judgment was made.
The following are examples of issues that can be addressed by HCD or the Community Court on Landlord-Tenant Affairs:
Division of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Services
The Division of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Team is responsible for administering and enforcing a wide variety of Community law regarding property maintenance, public nuisances, rental housing, landlord-tenant relations and vendors. Additionally, the team pursues an active outreach program to work with HAP, rental communities and citizens to enhance the appearance and safety of the Community of UHMC.
All rental properties (including apartments and single-family dwellings) must be licensed every two years. Prior to issuing the final rental license, DHCD conducts a complete interior and exterior inspection to ensure the dwelling is safe and in compliance with all applicable housing Law in the Community. While most problems are detected during the routine inspection process, DHCD will conduct complaint inspections as necessary. The following are examples of items checked by the inspector during the inspection process:
Renters' Community Deduction Program
The Renters' Community Deduction Program is a Community Deduction collected from tenant. This is Community Deduction credits collected from tenant Monthly Payment renting a Property. This concept rests on the reasoning that renters indirectly pay property Community Deduction s as part of their rent and thus should have some protection.
Land Use Act-G2020
Land use Act is a code use in maintaining and controlling the physical development of land and the kinds of uses to which each individual property may be put in the Community by dividing it into Districts.
Major district in the Community.
All land in UHMC Community are allocated and designated for specific purpose which are stated and highlighted in UHMC master plan. The purpose of this design is to
Every Resident or investor willing to develop or use a land for any purpose in the Community must submit an architectural plan, grand design and the intent of its use to land acquisition department for approval, before starting any development on the land.
Violating this Land Use act may result in a fine, total demolition or loss of investment on the land.
There shall be no rearing of animals in the any district except the agriculture district which is available for purchase by individual willing to venture into subsistence or commercial farming and If anyone possess animals before becoming a resident of UHMC Community such individual can sell his animal to UHMC Agriculture Department for cash.
LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW-G2321
Labor and Employment law governs the rights and duties between employers and workers. These laws are primarily designed to keep workers safe, ensure that minimum wage is duly paid and to make sure employee are treated fairly, although laws are in place to protect employers' interests as well. Employment and labor laws are based on the Community Constitution, administrative rules, and court opinions. A particular employment relationship may also be governed by contract.
Employment and job search
Department of labor and employment also help in search of Job for new and existing resident. As a resident with work authorization in UHMC Community you can request to be listed for job offers in the Community and you will be called on as soon as a vacancy comes up in your specified field.
Community wage and SalaryEvery employer shall pay to each of his employees who in any workweek is engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, or is employed in an enterprise engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, a minimum salary of ₦30,000 except:
UHMC Community does not place limits on the number of hours or days an employee may work per month, but working on weekends and national holidays must be based on employee consent and not forced on any employee.
Discrimination in the workplace is an offence with a consequence. Community Civil right and code of conduct makes it illegal to treat workers differently based on ethnicity, religious beliefs, gender, age, or disability. Filling a law suit against employer to pursue a discrimination claim is recommended, as detailed procedures must be followed, such as obtaining a Right-To-Sue letter from the Department of social security service (DSSS), any employer found guilty of this offence will be subjected to a fine of ₦200,000 to the Department of Social Security service and amendment of decision to which the employer is sued.
Any employer guilty of sexually harassing an employee will be subjected to a fine of ₦500,000 to Department of Social Security Service.
Community Labor and employment conduct
In UHMC Community, the law presumes that employment relationships are at will. That is to say, employers and employees are free to terminate the relationship at any time and for any reason. This presumption can be overcome by showing the parties entered into an employment contract or made other promises regarding when and how the relationship would end. Courts will also ignore the at will presumption when one of several exceptions applies.
As mentioned, employers and workers may enter into employment contracts. Such contracts can describe the length of employment, compensation, disciplinary procedures, reasons for termination, and so forth. As long as the contract is otherwise legal, it will be enforced in lieu of the at will doctrine. Moreover, contract terms can be created by implication, based on oral assurances and other conduct, even in the absence of a written document.
Every Employer must run a check on all potential employees and make sure they have a valid work authorization and are eligible to work before granting an employment.
Employers who fails to adhere to this law will be subjected to a fine of ₦200,000 with immediate order to terminate and report all employees to Department of Social Security Service.
Every employer must pay their fair share in Community Deduction, and ensure that all form of Community Deductions according to UHMC Community Deduction Service and Mandatory Community wide fees like health insurance are deducted from employee salary before disbursing payment.
All employers are required to pay their income Community Deductions and will also be responsible to remit the Community Deductions of all their employee.
UHMC Income Community Deduction breakdown:
Income Community Deduction
Individual income Community Deduction
₦0.00 - Above
Business Income Community Deduction
Community Purchase Community Deduction
Health insurance is a mandated service which every individual living in the Community must have, this service is not optional and its purpose is to maintain a healthy society where individual will have access to quality and healthy life without the fear of its cost.
Every employer must ensure that all employees possess a health insurance including their family. Individual can request his/her Health insurance cost to be deducted by his employer before his/her salary is disbursed or can directly make total payment which
covers his/her household directly to UHMC health department.
As an employee in Community who is dully paying his/her fair share of Community Deductions and fees you will be eligible for unemployment benefit and program if:
Every Business or organization must submit a copy of business registration and FIRS Document to Department of Social Security Service (DSSS) for business verification and approval before operating in the Community except.
Consumer Report Center
UHMC Community will operate a consumer report center whose number and contact details will be available to all resident of the Community for feedback on every business and organization in the Community. The CRC will be accepting feedback 24/7 through an automated machine and a live representative will be available Monday through Friday except on national and general holidays.
The department of education in UHMC Community relates to schools, teachers, and the rights of its residents to a standardized education both in public and private educational settings, The guiding principle of education in the Community is the equipping of every citizen with adequate knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and entrepreneurs mind as to enable him/her to derive maximum benefits from his/her membership in the world at large.
The Community shall provide equal opportunities for education and no one will be denied education based on race, financial capability, color, sex, or national origin.
Community shall make available school for disabled children, the purpose of this is to be able to recoup all in the economic system and make every resident; either able or disable feel useful and important in the Community and the world at large.
The Community shall operate a 5 basic level of education with the introduction of 2-4-3-3-4 system of education. Each basic level shall have the same curriculum in both private and public institution, the purpose of same curriculum is to bridge the difference between private and public school as the part of the main goal of UHMC Community is to give equal opportunity to all students and residents in the Community.
System of education: the Community shall introduce a 2-4-3-3-4 system of education. The recipient of the education would spend two years in Nursery School, four years in primary school, threeyears in junior secondary school, threeyears in senior secondary school, and four years in tertiary institution.
THE FIVE BASIC LEVEL OF EDUCATION
UHMC Community shall offer financial aid scholarship and educational loan for a resident who qualifies in any of the following means.
When such child clocks 18years and are willing to further their education they can also qualify for Community grant which will cover up to half of their tuition cost and they can engage themselves in part time jobs to cover the rest of their tuition, and in a case where such child is unable to get a part time job. He/she can qualify for a 6-month free vocational study in a specific field of choice after which such child can search for job opportunity in this field through the Department of Labor and Employment.
Criminal law in UHMC Community is the body of law that relates to crime. It regulates social conduct and prescribes whatever is threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the property, health, safety, and moral welfare of people. It includes the punishment of people who violate these laws under the Criminal Code Act Chapter 77 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990 Criminal law varies according to jurisdiction, and differs from civil law, where emphasis is more on dispute resolution and victim compensation than on punishment.
UHMC Community is a Community guided by policies and laws which are designed to serves as a norm of conduct for residents. It acts as a guideline for acceptable behavior, and ensures equality within communities and social groups by an outline for the consequences of law violations. Laws communicate what is accepted in each society.
UHMC Community is an independent Community in terms of standard social amenities which helps to ensure the wellbeing of the Community health wise, social wise and in development of its economic system. But The Community still remain dependent on Nigeria policy in terms of General and Criminal Laws Act as the Community will not convict or punish residents and violators with punishment which involves imprisonment on death.
Any resident who violate any law stated in the constitution and law of the Community may be subjected to any of the following punishment and failure to adhere and consent to any punishment given according to the Community law may lead to eviction from the Community unless punishment was disbursed unfairly, where such resident must report and file for discontent against
such fine or punishment. If resident is found guilt-free or innocent such resident may receive compensation provided he was alleged wrongly by the Community administration. And if resident is found guilty he/she will be mandated to pay such fine according to law including a court charge.
If After the court declaration and the resident still feel displeased such resident can proceed to appeal. And if same declaration is made, such resident will be required to pay up the fine and subsequent court charges within a specific time.
And if after the court declaration the resident is still not pleased, the resident may choose to sue the Community but at this point if the same declaration as the Community court is made. Such declaration at this point becomes final, and the charged resident will be liable to pay the due fines he/she was charged in the Community including all court charges incurred by the Community during this process.
Any resident who violates a National law based on Nigeria Constitution will be arrested and handed over to Nigeria Security Department for due sanction and punishment by law.
UHMC Security Departments will be working in hand with Nigeria Security Department in a case where a suspect or criminal resides or lives within the Community.
Public amenities are resources, conveniences, facilities or benefits continuously offered to the Community residents for their use, The Community has adopted an Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance to control and manage growth in an orderly, efficient, cohesive and safe manner consistent with the economic and land use planning policies of the Community and for the health, safety and welfare of our residents. The Ordinance provides a mechanism and standards to evaluate and ensure that traffic, school, sewer, water, fire protection, security and power are adequate, to serve the needs generated by land use development during and after the Community development process. The Public safety major departments include:
Some of these amenities which include adequate transportation system, Educational system: schools and vocational studies, Housing development, and Environmental sanitation and dirt collection for recycling are discussed earlier in the laws and policies of the Community.
UHMC Community will operate an electrical Power system which will be independent on Nigeria power system in any form or way. The UHMC Power System will have the capability to provide every home and businesses in the Community 24/7 electricity.
Supply and Use of Electric Power
The Community shall apply the administrative principles of safe, economical and planned supply and use of electric power. The measures for supply and use of electric power shall be formulated by UHMC Community power department on the basis of the provisions of this Law.
The Community shall be obligated to supply electricity to the consumers within its service area in accordance with the regulations of the Community. It may, in violation of Community regulations, refuse to supply electricity to any unit or house within the Community
New users, temporary users, users who wish to have the electric capacity increased, to alter or terminate their use of electricity shall go through the formalities required by the Department of power
The power department shall make known to the resident the procedures, regulations and the rate for use of electricity and shall provide the consumers with any other necessary information.
The power department shall guarantee that the quality of the electricity it supplies to the resident meets the standards stipulated by Community. Problems of electricity quality caused by public power-supply facilities shall be solved without delay.
Where business or individual raise special requirements concerning electricity quality, the power department shall satisfy the requirements according to necessity and the possible capacity of the power network.
The power department shall supply electricity continuously without shut-off under normal operation of the power-generating and supplying systems. When it is necessary to shut off because of overhaul of power-supply facilities, limited supply of electricity according to legal provisions or illegal use of electricity by consumers, the power department shall, in accordance with relevant Community regulations, notify the consumers in advance.
Business or individual who disagree with a power shut-off the power department may complain, and department that receives the complaint shall handle the case in conformity with legal provisions.
In the event of emergency or disaster, the power department shall, as quickly as possible, make arrangements to supply electricity for rescue and relief work. The expenses for power supply engineering and the fees for the use of electricity shall be paid according to the relevant regulations of the Community.
The use of Generator or power generating machine is not allowed in the Community as the Community has made available uninterrupted 24/7 electricity to all resident, homes and business in the Community. Anyone who violate this law shall be subjected to a fine not less than ₦200,000 and immediate loss of such equipment.
The power department shall install electricity meters. The quantity of electricity consumed shall be calculated according to the records of the electricity meters approved by a measurement appraisal institution in conformity with legal provisions.
Power consumers may not endanger the safety or disturb the order of power supply and consumption.
The power department shall have the authority to stop anyone from endangering the safety or disturbing the order of power supply and consumption.
Any individual, home, or business who violate the power use act by tapping into the Community power without permission will be subjected to a fine not less than ₦200,000 and if such party repeat same offence he shall pay a fine not less than ₦500,000 which will continue to increase if such party keeps violating the power use Act or loss of power for a significant amount of time which will be determined by the power administrative department.
The power department shall calculate and collect electricity fees from the consumers according to the electricity rates that have been examined and approved by the Community and the records of the electric meters.
Safety inspectors, meter checkers and fee collectors shall present their identification paper when entering consumers' houses to conduct safety inspection, check meters or collect fees.
Power consumers shall pay electricity fees as scheduled according to the electricity rates approved by the Community and the record of electric meters and shall make it convenient for safety inspectors, meter checkers and fee collectors to perform their duties in conformity with legal provisions.
The power department and consumers shall both observe the relevant regulations of the State by adopting effective measures to achieve the safe, economical and planned use of power.
The Community shall operate and independent water supply and management system which will be available to every home and business in the Community of UHMC.
Water use and management act is enacted for the purposes of rationally developing, utilizing, conserving and protecting water resources, preventing and controlling water disasters, bringing about sustainable utilization of water resources, managing water waste and meeting the need of the Community.
The water resources referred to in this Law include surface water and groundwater.
The Community formulates strategic plans for water resources across the land, which includes creation of a large water reservoir for water storage, elevated water tanks at strategic locations and distribution machines and equipments for easy and adequate access to water to the Community residents.
The Community shall have a centralized system for the treatment of sewage water which after treatment flows into the Community water reservoir for redistribution into the Community.
Allocation and Economical Use of Water Resources
The Community Water Department for development and planning and the administrative department for water resources under the Community law are responsible for macro-allocation of the water resources Communitywide.
For regulating runoff and storing water and for allocating the volume of water, a water reservoir shall be made in formulating water allocation plans to ensure efficient water supply and demand.
The use of water shall be measured and water shall be used in accordance with the approved plan for water use and a standard fee shall be charged on the basis of the amount of water used by individual or businesses. This price of water supply shall be fixed in accordance with the principle of compensating for the cost, The specific measures shall be formulated by the water administrative department
Any individual, home, or business who violate the water use act by tapping into the Community water without permission will be subjected to a fine not less than ₦200,000 and if such party repeat same offence he shall pay a fine not less than ₦500,000 or loss of water for a significant amount of time which will be determined by the power administrative department.
Digging of wells or bore hole for the purpose of water is not allowed in the Community as there will be water available for individual and business in the Community. Anyone who violates this law shall be subjected to a fine not less than ₦200,000 with immediate loss of such well or borehole.
Security, fire and emergency response
UHMC Community shall create department and amenities to ensures maximum and adequate protection of residents, business, and institutions against threats to their properties well-being and to the growth of the Community.
The primary goal of this department and agency is prevent and protect the public from dangers affecting safety such as crimes or disasters and to provide emergency response to resident in case of fire and health emergencies.
Community Homeland Security (CHS):
This department is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the Community by monitoring the migration of people from and into the Community and also securing the Community borders. This department is designed to deal with any current and potential safety or security threat the Community may face during and after development. The CHS is also responsible for issuance of temporary and permanent resident card as every individual businesses or corporation coming into the Community will vetted and screened to ascertain that individual or organization is not and will not constitute any form of threat to the Community and to keep track of everyone living in the Community.
Community Emergency response (CER):
The Community emergency response agency shall have a Public safety answering facility that provide 24-hour communications to the residents within the Community with the use of a code number 2-1-1 which will be made available and accessible to everyone within the Community wall. Calling or reaching this agency shall be the first line of action for the public in case of any emergency, and upon emergency notification received from the public, the agency shall immediately contact and dispatch the required security or fire department close to the location without any delay.
UHMC Police Department (HPD):
The responsibility of this department is to ensure the safety of every resident and visitors within the Community. UHMC Community Police officers play a vital role in the security and law enforcement system. The Community Police will engage in regular Community patrols, respond to emergency calls from Community Emergency Response unit, issue tickets, detain law offenders, investigate crimes and testify in court as needed.
The Community shall have police Stations at every district for efficient security response and will ensure that every station has enough cars for patrols and equipment enough to efficiently cater for its district.
Call Response and Emergencies
When on duty, police officers are on alert for radio calls from the Community emergency response unit. Calls may involve major or minor incidents such as noise complaints or traffic incidents. Community Police officers are also trained in CPR and emergency response systems and show up to aid injured people.
Community Police officers will be working in hand with Nigeria Police Force for investigating crimes within the Community. When someone calls the Community police department after a crime is committed, officers in the area respond to the call. They take statements from parties involved in the incident as well as any witnesses to get additional information and statements. Officers also gather up any evidence immediately accessible and help section off areas where the crime occurred so forensic scientists can come and do more thorough evidence searches. And anyone arrested during this investigation will be arrested, detained and handed over to the Nigeria Police Force if guilty of any crime according to Nigeria constitution.
UHMC Fire Department (HFD)
UHMC Fire department plays a very important role in ensuring the safety of the Community and security of lives and health, this department deals with emergency situation that arises from fire or any form of health issues and also rescue victims from other hazardous conditions like crashed or overturned vehicles. In case of emergencies residents are required to call the Community emergency response unit and the Community emergency unit in turn call the fire department closest to the location.
Every officer in this department will be trained to offer Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid in order to be able to stabilize victims in case of medical emergencies as this department will be attending to over 70% of emergency issues in the Community. This department main focus and goal will be ensuring life safety, stabilizing Incident, and conserving properties. The Community shall have Fire stations at every district in the Community to ensure effective emergency response and will ensure that each fire station has enough fire trucks and equipment to cater for its assigned districts.
Standard hospitals and Health Care Centers.
UHMC Community shall operate a Standardized central hospital with state of the art equipment and machines, as a Community with concern of its residents, Nigerians and Africa as a whole, the Community aim to operate a health facility which will cater for major forms of illness and surgery therefore limiting the need and urge for taking patients abroad for proper treatment. This facility will cater for residents and non-resident of the Community.
The Community shall also operate local care units which will be available to cater for both emergencies a non-emergency health issue. This health care unit will be available to all resident and no resident will be required to make an upfront payment before being treated as long as he/she is in good standing on his health insurance policy which is mandated in the Community.
Road and Street Lighting
UHMC Community shall make available good roads using recyclable product which will depict our innovative mind and our thirst for more innovation. The Community will also provide well-lighted streets throughout the Community, thereby increasing pedestrian and vehicular safety, suppressing crime and increasing street capacities. The program also includes lighting on the state highways within the Community.
Postal Service Center
UHMC Community shall make available a postal service Center (PSC) an agency responsible for providing postal service in the Community.
Any person who violates any provision of this article is guilty of a misdemeanor. Unless another penalty specifically is provided in the Community elsewhere in another article, the person, upon conviction, is subject to a fine not exceeding ₦50,000, or Detention not exceeding three months, or both, with costs imposed in the discretion of the court.