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The Community Schemes Ombud Services Act

Conflict within Sectional Title Schemes can be difficult to manage at the best of times, without the added stress of having to live cheek by jowl with the source of your conflict.

Fortunately the Community Schemes Ombud Services Act provides a means to a mediated legal settlement and resolution of the conflict.

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A comprehensive financial divorce checklist 

The best way to stay on top of things and keep control of the situation is to be prepared. It’s a great idea to meet with a divorce attorney to discuss your financial status. 

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Disadvantages of Share Block Schemes and Steps for Conversion

It is recommended that blocks of flats or group housing schemes be converted to sectional title as soon as possible if they haven’t already done so. 

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Changes for boomed off suburbs

Following the proposed changes to suburban road closures, the City of Johannesburg has called for public comment.

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How to pass a unanimous resolution in a sectional title scheme

When very important decisions need to be made by sectional title owners, then a unanimous resolution needs to be passed. 

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Collection Attorney - What to do about a non-levy payment?

If levies are not collected, the sectional title scheme will not be able to survive thus the importance of this task is highlighted. 

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Seller claims mora interest for delays caused by Buyer

When a party fails to do something they are supposed to do as per the sales agreement then the transfer of property could be delayed.

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Who gets parental rights and responsibilities for the child?

It is possible for more than one person to have parental rights and responsibilities, even if the person is not a biological relation of the child. 

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Statutory exemption against the PDE implemented

Expanded criterion for the grant of the statutory exemption against the Professional Designation Examination implemented.

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BEE-compliance and the property sector

Being able to understand BEE compliance and the 2017 Property Sector Code is very important for estate agents, franchisees and franchisors. 

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