oa De Rebus - Administrative structures for complex owners' associations part 2
|Article Title||Administrative structures for complex owners' associations part 2|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Affiliations||1 Tertius Maree & Associates Inc in Stellenbosch.|
|Publication Date||Oct 2005|
|Pages||44 - 45|
|Keyword(s)||Administrative structures, Complex owners' associations, Freehold element (cluster housing) and Sectional title elements (schemes)|
It is often necessary to combine a freehold element (cluster housing) within a scheme with one or more sectional title elements (schemes), usually with certain common facilities and shared services. A more simple setting would be where no freehold units exist, but two or more sectional title schemes need to be 'linked' to share certain facilities and expenses. An additional, and often problematic, perspective arises when residential and commercial elements are combined within a single scheme. Wading through the morass of existing legislation, certain acceptable norms for administrative structures emerge as set out below.
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