Sectional Titles

Paddocks Press - November 2017

14 December 2017

This month's edition includes: consider duet sectional title schemes when you can’t subdivide; body corporates and bank accounts; and audit and financial reporting documents.

Paddocks Press - December 2015

07 January 2016

This month's newsletter includes: building penalties in Homeowners' Associations; visitors in sectional title schemes; and a checklist for a managing agent contract.

Paddocks Press - January 2016

04 February 2016

This month's newsletter includes: AGM season; notice confusion around managing agent contract termination; visitor parking bays; and the nature of the pool area.

Paddocks Press - February 2016

31 March 2016

The February newsletter includes: the right to privacy in a ST schemes; appointing a trustee as a caretaker; and how to correctly terminate a managing agent’s contract.

Paddocks Press - March 2016

14 April 2016

The March Newsletter includes: Levy contributions authorised by trustee resolution; substitution of rules by the body corporate; and new Paddocks courses and workshops.

Paddocks Press - April 2016

28 April 2016

The April newsletter includes: When sectional title schemes should be home owners' associations; overcrowding in sectional title schemes; and children using a pool area.


12 May 2016

Sascha Beck discusses the role of the Community Schemes Ombud Service in resolving disputes in community schemes like flats, complexes HOAs and golf estates.

Paddocks Press - May 2016

23 June 2016

The May newsletter includes: Administrative effects of a change to the PQ schedule; keeping minutes of meetings; and responsibility for boundary walls and fences.

Paddocks Press - June 2016

04 August 2016

The June newsletter includes: How Sectional Title scheme rules will be interpreted under the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act; and cession of contracts.

Paddocks Press - July 2016

25 August 2016

The edition includes: SPLUMA, LUPA, and the Cape Town by-law on HOAs; cellphone masts on common property; and an owner's failure to maintain their section or EUA.
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