In this edition Tertius Maree discusses the difficulties of ‘complex schemes’ - schemes having many sectional title schemes under the ‘umbrella’ of a master association.
Daniël Van Zyl discusses a number of behavioural disputes in community schemes and how they are dealt with under the CSOS Act, No. 9 of 2011.
In this month's edition: Obligations the body corporate has in the management of the scheme; body corporate meetings; and the prescription of arrear levies.
The January edition includes: A balanced picture of the CSOS; withdrawal of permission to keep pets; and who scolds tenants when they break the rules?
Ilse Kotze considers the plague of short term letting and Air Bn'B; and Tertius Maree asks why bodies corporate should have to deal with bad legislation.
Daniël van Zyl discusses how financial disputes in community schemes are dealt with under the Community Schemes Ombud Service Act 9 of 2011.
The December edition includes: The physical management of a body corporate; common body corporate myths; and fighting between owners and trustees.
The November edition includes: The Cape Town Water Amendment By-law; ST administrative management; and are mezzanine floors an extension of a section?
Residential complexes and estates need to be clear on the rights of owners to keep pets, otherwise much conflict and unhappiness will result - Jack Crook reports.