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May 2016 (Volume 11, Issue 05)

Hi Paddocks Press fan,

The 22nd presentation of the UCT Sectional Title Scheme Management short course starts on 27 June 2016. If you sign up now, you will receive a FREE short course regarding the changes to sectional title scheme management that arise from the Sectional Title Scheme Management Act. Secure your spot!

This month, Anton discusses unanimous resolutions in the video, he also unpacks the administrative effects of a change to the participation quota schedule in an article below.

Carryn covers why it's so important to keep minutes of meetings, whilst Zerlinda explains who is responsible for boundary walls and fences, which is a topic that often comes up.

Kind regards,

NEXT EDITION: Wednesday, 29 June 2016
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Keeping minutes of meetings
By Dr Carryn Melissa Durham

In this article, Carryn explains how people often argue about what was said and done at a meeting. The purpose of minutes is to provide an accurate and objective account of the proceedings of the meeting, and more particularly to record the decisions made at the meeting.

Read the article

Administrative effects of a change to the PQ schedule
By Anton Kelly

In this article, Anton discusses the participation quota (PQ) of a section in a residential scheme and how it depends on the floor area of the section. So if the floor area of a section is changed, the PQ of the section also changes.

Read the article
Responsibility for boundary walls and fences
By Zerlinda van der Merwe
Boundary walls and fences designate the dividing line where one property ends and another begins, and further designates the responsibility relating to these properties. In this blog post, Zerlinda explains that without these walls and fences forming the boundary line, neighbouring properties are often faced with encroachments.
Read the blog post

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Questions and Answers

As we have so many interesting questions on Paddocks Club, we decided to share the following two with you:

1. When is the levy legally in arrears?
2. Trustees made changes to agreed specifications for upgrade

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