The LSSA has made a number of comments about the Sectional Titles Amendment Act 2017, including the view that developers need to make more affidavits.
The August 2017 issue of MCS Courier includes: precedents and the Ombud service; the calculation of Ombud levies; and having four member bodies corporate.
The July newsletter includes: a new online course launched on starting a property managing agency; failure to comply with the CSOS; and boreholes in ST schemes.
Allen West suggests that recent case law has put to rest the thorny issue around deviating from section 25(2)(a) and (b) plans when exercising a real right of extension.
The June newsletter includes: The appointment and functions of an executive managing agent; when owners fail to maintain their section; and maintenance of garages.
The May 2017 MCS Courier includes: Giving notice of meetings; planning future maintenance using a MAP; and uncertainty about the proper forum for levy collections.
A small addition to the regulations under the Sectional Titles Act adds significant protection to ST scheme owners who are subject to the developer’s right to extend.
This month's newsletter includes: Maintenance of the common property; CSOS fidelity insurance; and forcing an owner to give up a common property garden.
Allen West discusses s 4(2) of the Sectional Titles Act which provides relief when a scheme is opened on more than one piece of land which can't be consolidated.