oa De Rebus - More than the sum of its parts
|Article Title||More than the sum of its parts|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Affiliations||1 Tertius Maree & Lourens, Stellenbosch.|
|Publication Date||Jun 1999|
|Pages||47 - 48|
|Keyword(s)||Additional land, Body corporate and Common property|
Common property consists of all the land included in a scheme, including additional land acquired by the body corporate in terms of s 26 of the Sectional Titles Act 95 of 1986, and improvements on such land which are not included in sections. Because each owner of a section also owns an undivided share in such common property, it follows that each owner should have a voice in decisions affecting the common property. For this reason s 17(1) requires a unanimous resolution to alienate or let common property or parts thereof.
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