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February 2019 (Volume 14, Issue 2)

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In this month's edition:
  • Recover arrear levies with a CSOS adjudication order: Video - By Ané de Klerk
  • Sectional title schemes - Principles and resources - By Graham Paddock
  • Body corporate meetings - Part 1 - By Paddocks
  • Prescription of levies: Blog post - By Ané de Klerk
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NEXT EDITION: Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Paddocks Press Video 40: Recover arrear levies with a CSOS adjudication order

Sectional title schemes - Principles and resources
By Graham Paddock

A sectional title body corporate is responsible for the management and administration of its scheme. In this article, Graham briefly covers the most important obligations the body corporate has in the management of the scheme.

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Body corporate meetings - Part 1
By Paddocks

There are three different types of meetings in sectional title schemes, namely trustee meetings, annual general meetings, all other general meetings, which are called special general meetings. In this first part of the series, we will unpack the notice, quorum, voting requirements for trustee meetings.

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Prescription of levies
By Ané de Klerk
One of the biggest headaches of community scheme management has to be dealing with the collection of arrear levies. In this blog post, Ané discusses the prescription of levies, what it is and what the effects are on the scheme itself.
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Join us for one of our University of Cape Town or Paddocks industry short courses, presented throughout South Africa.

Short courses starting soon *Early Bird special available until 5 April 2019

Self-paced short courses
Please contact Timothy on 021 686 3950, or email for more information.

Club questions and answers

With all the interesting questions on the Club, we decided to share the following two with you:

1. Must managing agents have a fidelity fund certificate and what experience is required to manage a portfolio?

2. Can the body corporate force me to remove a palm tree?

Graham and the team are available to answer your Community members' questions on the Club discussion forum. Get your questions answered by joining the Club today.

Read this month's Q&A.
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