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Q Hi, is there any way that we can get around the fact that the security levy is calculated and payable by participation quota (PQ)? We feel that in our sectional title complex, which consists of various sized homes, it unfair to say that a big house

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Q Hi, we are in a complex of three houses which is run by a common law homeowners association (HOA). The levy is R500 so presumably our CSOS levy is zero? My question is do we have to register our HOA with the CSOS? - Tony A Hi

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Q Good day, is the CSOS levy applicable to the security portion of the monthly levy as well. We have two separate entries on our monthly bill: The monthly levy and the security levy. - Bennie A Hi Bennie, yes the CSOS levy is calculated on the total monthly

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Q Hi, my body corporate and trustees want me as chairman. We have a large complex of 37 units let to tenants and occupied by owners. I would like to know the legal ramifications of being chairman or a trustee. Can one be sued in one’s

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Q Our complex consists of 12 individual units. Approximately six years ago the trustees decided that ALL owners would be responsible for the maintenance of their own units and this has been the standing rules ever since. Owners are solely responsible for the maintenance inside and outside

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Q Based on HomeTimes’ articles, it has been mentioned that the Community Schemes Ombud Service levies will be raised on 1 January 2017. My question is, when is the effective date? 1 October 2016 or 1 January 2017. The reason for my question is my mother’s complex has issued a

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The Community Scheme Ombud Service Act and the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act were each gazetted one month ago. While these acts have certain things in common, there is confusion as to which regulations refer to which acts and how they apply to share scheme

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