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What can I do if I do not approve of the way my Scheme is being managed?

Category Property Management

Any member of the Body Corporate is entitled to ask to attend the next Trustee meeting to discuss issues they may have with the management of the Scheme.

Tips for a successful Tenant application

Category Rentals

the Tenant needs to be prepared, in order to avoid any unnecessary delays

Useful Sectional Title terms - Part 2

Category Property Management

Understanding the terms relating to Sectional Title used by your Managing Agent and Trustees - Part 2

Useful Sectional Title terms - Part 1

Category Property Management

Understanding the terms relating to Sectional Title used by your Managing Agent and Trustees - Part 1

Can a Trustee be held personally liable?

Category Property Management

We are often asked whether a sectional title trustee can be held personally liable for their actions, or failure to act, i

Meetings

Category Property Management

Quorum and voting

Tenant screening

Category Rentals

Important factors that may raise the red flag

Things to consider before renting a property

Category Rentals

Here are some tips for those who wish to start out on their rental journey

Geyser Certificate of Compliance

Category Property Management

The plumber who replaces/maintains/repairs a geyser is required to issue a Certificate of Compliance

Community Schemes Ombud Service: Failure to comply

Category Property Management

This article will focus on the consequences of a community scheme’s failure to comply with some of the requirements of the CSOS Act

 

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