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Special Levy Liability: For The Seller Or Purchaser?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Before the coming into operation of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act (STSMA) in 2016, many practitioners were uncertain who carried liability for pay

Must A Right Of First Refusal (Pre-Emptive Right) In Respect Of Land Really Be In Writing?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Yes and no. For long, and because of sound policy considerations, our law ruled that preemptive rights relating to the sale of immovable property must be in wr

Is Alterations To An Offer To Purchase A Property A Counter-Offer & When Is It Enforceable?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Our law requires that there must be consensus regarding all material terms for a valid agreement to come into effect when a property sales agreement is being ne

Rules pertaining to boreholes and wellpoints in the larger Cape Town area

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Boreholes and wellpoints have become particularly attractive facilities in the current severe drought in the larger Cape Town region.

Amendments to Agreements of Sale

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Property Agreements must be in writing and any changes in the negotiation of the contract must be properly recorded and initialed by all parties in

Can A Body Corporate Amend Any Scheme Rules?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

When opening a new sectional title development, the developer is bound to certain management and conduct rules prescribed in the Sectional Titles Act.

Is Signatures Of Both Spouses Necessary When Selling Property?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

In the instance where a person is married in community of property and he/she wishes to sell the family home, the Matrimonial Property Act has certain provision

Improvements To A Sectional Title Scheme

Category Legal Thought of the Week

The trustees of a body corporate may decide to add an improvement to the scheme’s common property, or to remove it

Fixtures and Fittings

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Youve sold your house. The new owner, a big rugby fan, gives you a call to remind you not to remove your built-in speakers

What Is The Difference Between Conduct And Management Rules In Sectional Title Complex?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

On becoming an owner of a unit in a sectional title scheme a purchaser is automatically bound by the schemes existing rules

 
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