The November edition includes: The Cape Town Water Amendment By-law; ST administrative management; and are mezzanine floors an extension of a section?
Residential complexes and estates need to be clear on the rights of owners to keep pets, otherwise much conflict and unhappiness will result - Jack Crook reports.
Did you know the Community Schemes Ombud Service assists with Rent Attachment Orders, and other articles from the Issue 5 CSOS Shared Living newsletter?
The October edition includes: Removing the chairperson from office; what to do when trustees squander money; and removing the chairperson from office.
Community Schemes Ombud Service Practice Directive 02/2018: Further information about procedures and content requirements for dispute resolution applications.
The arrear levies conundrum - Undue protection of defaulters; a self-defeating policy; and how many types of levies are there in fact?
This month's edition includes: Withholding CSOS levies; improving your EUA; and may the body corporate's rules prohibit short-term letting?
The newsletter includes: Dealing with a significant expense that no one anticipated; which forms to use and when; and budgeting for the education and training of trustees.
Trustees of bodies corporate should, before applying for a defaulting owner’s sequestration, make sure that there is no danger of a contribution. Jack Crook reports.