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Keep Tabs on your Sectional Title’s Financial Affairs
Moving into a sectional title complex is viewed by some as a heaven-sent opportunity. There’s no grass to mow, no beds to weed, general maintenance is taken care of and balancing the books is left to those in the know. It all ...
The art of the offer
Many home buyers believe they should start with a low offer and then bargain up towards the sellers’ asking price. Is the right way?
Exclusive use areas in sectional title schemes
Exclusive use areas (EUAs) in sectional title (ST) schemes are, quite simply, parts of the common property that have been granted to certain owners for their exclusive use. And yet these are often misunderstood and the cause of ...
Overview of the Community Scheme Ombud Service Bill
The Community Scheme Ombud Service Bill has been approved by the Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements. In terms of the bill, community schemes include: Sectional title development schemes in terms of the Sectional Titles ...
The CPA – the marketing of property
The Consumer Protection Act (CPA) will test the bounds of marketing property. Under the CPA, the seller of a property, or the real estate agent acting on their behalf, must not, through either their conduct or words, express or ...
The CPA – definitions
The Consumer Protection Act (CPA) applies to all transactions involving the supply of goods or the provision of services by a person in the ordinary of business in exchange for some form of consideration, for example, payment in ...
The CPA – seller and agent may be liable
In terms of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), should the courts determine that a transaction or agreement was, in whole, or in part, unconscionable, unjust, unreasonable or unfair, the court may make any order it considers just ...
The CPA – seller and agent may be liable
In terms of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), should the courts determine that a transaction or agreement was, in whole, or in part, unconscionable, unjust, unreasonable or unfair, the court may make any order it considers just ...
The CPA – the voetstoets clause
The new consumer rights created by the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) will prevent the sale of property voetstoets when that sale occurs in the ordinary course of business. Voetstoets is the sale of something as it is, with all ...
The CPA – the voetstoets clause
The new consumer rights created by the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) will prevent the sale of property voetstoets when that sale occurs in the ordinary course of business. Voetstoets is the sale of something as it is, with all ...