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.
Dawid Fourie asks the question with reference to Section 18 of the Sectional Titles Act of 1971 and Section 25 of the 1986 Act.
Dawid Fourie writes that Regulation 28 makes it clear that there are actually three types of registered EUAs in Sectional Titles yet 25(2)f certificates are never referred to.
Dawid Fourie contends that the Golden Unit concept still exists and that ownership of an EUA is transferred from a seller to a new owner not by cession but by transfer.
Dudley Lee has a difference of opinion about owners extending their sections when buying common property under Section 24 of the Sectional Titles Act.
The newsletter includes: What you need to know about replacement trustees; unpacking the requirements for special resolutions; and can trustees be paid?