Sectional Titles

The Surveyor-General is watching

29 June 2017

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.

MCS Courier - May 2017

20 July 2017

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.

Paddocks Press - June 2017

27 July 2017

The June newsletter includes: The appointment and functions of an executive managing agent; when owners fail to maintain their section; and maintenance of garages.

Deviation due to changes

03 August 2017

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.

Paddocks Press - July 2017

31 August 2017

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.

LSSA comments

14 September 2017

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.

MCS Courier - August 2017

14 September 2017

The August 2017 issue of MCS Courier includes: precedents and the Ombud service; the calculation of Ombud levies; and having four member bodies corporate.

Paddocks Press - August 2017

28 September 2017

The August newsletter includes: What has changed about proxies; who pays for repairs; and must the trustees send levy statements to owners in ST schemes?

Paddocks Press - September 2017

26 October 2017

This month's issue includes: 10 things to note when reviewing the AGM pack; when no AGM quorum is achieved; and Exclusive use areas - can they still be created?

Paddocks Press - October 2017

30 November 2017

This month's edition includes: the personal liability of trustees; ten things to note when reviewing the AGM pack; trustees reducing levies; and dealing with bad behaviour at meetings.
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