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Speed Limitations In Homeowners' Estates: It's A Contract & Enforceable

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Speed Limitations In Homeowners' Estates: It's A Contract & Enforceable

In a recent court case - Mount Edgecombe Country Club Estate Management Association II (RF) NPC v Singh and Others (323/2018) [2019] ZASCA 30 (28 March 2019) -  the thorny issue whether a homeowners' association may validly impose speed restrictions in respect of roads in the estate has finally been laid to rest, the Supreme Court of Appeal finding that an association may indeed do so. 
 
And, where the rules of the association lay down a penalty for contravention, owners who contractually bound themselves to the rules when purchasing in the estate are liable.

Author STBB
Published 08 Apr 2019 / Views -
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