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If suburbs with lower crime rates are more attractive to property buyers and tenants, and can attract higher sale and rental prices, why is Western Cape property some of the most expensive in the country? According to property data analytics company, Lightstone - which used crime

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Grassy Park’s newest development, Cedar Place – developed by Asrin Property Developers – launches this month. The apartment complex will consist of 98 units (14 studios and 84 two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartments) in three- and four-storey walk-up blocks. Prices range from R499,900 to R659,900 (including VAT and transfer fees). “Whether you’re

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In the recent case of the body corporate of Empire Gardens v Sithole, the body corporate applied for the sequestration of an owner in the sectional title scheme to recover their arrears levies after they had exhausted all other remedies. The benefit of a sequestration order

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Q Hi, I refer to the amendment to the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act as follows (as sent to us by our managing agent): “Body corporate is to establish and maintain a separate MINIMUM RESERVE FUND. An amount of 10% of the monthly levy contributions must be allocated

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Q I have been renting a home in Pretoria and, despite renewing the lease last October, have had a few too many run-ins with my landlord. He treats me with disrespect; has physically threatened my wife over the phone and pitches up to take photos of

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Q Hi, what are the legal requirements (trustee meeting notice, quorum, etc.) for the passing of a round robin resolution by the trustees of a body corporate? - Gee A Hi Gee, a round robin trustee resolution is when they make a decision on paper – not at

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