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Sectional Title Schemes and Generators - Who Pays And Whose Permission is Needed

When your children are studying for an important test, having a generator on the scheme's common property to stand in during load shedding is a bonus

Running Your Business From Home In Complex or Residential Estate in South Africa Can Be Illegal

According to a Business Tech article, small businesses have struggled as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown and many were left without an income for months

Can Sectional Title Schemes Prevent Owners To Start Airbnb Letting?

The Ombud for community housing schemes has cleared up the confusion regarding letting sectional title units or apartments.

Sectional Title Owners & Trustees Beware: Your Body Corporate Must Have Adequate Reserves

Recent legislation has been passed which obliges trustees of sectional title schemes to set up a reserve for repairs, maintenance and asset replacement

Does A Body Corporate Chairman Have More Powers Than The Other Trustees

A body corporate chairman who dominates other trustees can be a big problem for a complex. A body corporate chairman does not have any more power than other

Can An Sectional Title Owner Legally Withold A Levy Payment?

I am the owner of a sectional title, and I have paid my levies every month as required, until the water started seeping through the ceiling of my enclosed

Security Complex Vs Residential Area Living

Living in a security complex is becoming the more popular thing to do year on year in South Africa, but what are the actual benefits of living on your own

Will You Pay More Levies Due To The New Sectional Title Legislation?

New Community Schemes Ombud Service Act

Criminality In Sectional Title Complexes And How To Deal With It

Moving to a secure, gated complex does not mean that you will be totally safe from crime. Find out how you can make your complex safer.

Know your rights as a sectional title owner

There are many advantages to living in a sectional title complex: however, there can be a downside to residing in an estate that is governed by others, particul
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