Articles related to "AGM"

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How the voting procedures at sectional title meetings have changed
The process for voting at sectional title meetings has changed according to the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act.
How trustees are nominated and elected in sectional title schemes
As the owner of a sectional title property, becoming a trustee is a good way to keep your finger on the pulse of your property scheme’s maintenance and expenses.
Sectional Title AGM’s: Be wary of proxy collectors with hidden agendas
An uncapped limit on proxies can leave room for manipulation when the annual general meeting rolls around for sectional title holders.
Sectional title alterations
Alterations made without proper approvals to sectional title units can make it difficult, for all homeowners in the complex, to sell.
Should you become a trustee in your sectional title complex?
Being a trustee in a sectional title complex can be fulfilling but is also a huge responsibility. We look at the pros and cons of becoming one.
Estates: ask questions before signing a sale agreement
While living in a gated community or private estate is very attractive to many because of the secure lifestyle and added benefits of amenities the estate might offer, there are some things ...
What makes a neighbourhood truly great?
A casual stroll through PrivateProperty’s property listings would probably confuse anyone: with so many choices available, how on earth do you decide which neighbourhood would suit you best?  
HOAs can block property transfers
Home owners associations can block the transfer of a property if the owner has not paid outstanding levies. A recent case has shed light on a matter which has seemingly been a source of conflict and confusion within property ...
Steps for time efficient AGMs
It will soon be time for sectional title schemes to hold their Annual General Meetings, and while many body corporate members will often want to avoid attending, seeing it as a long drawn out ...
What happens when levies aren’t paid
Owners of units in sectional title schemes who do not pay their levies place an unacceptable burden on the other members of the scheme, and in some cases the trustees even have to resort to raising a special levy to cover the ...