Body Corporate of Marine Sands v Extra Dimensions 121 (Pty) Ltd, interpretation of the expression ‘adversely affected’ in s 32(4) of the Sectional Titles Act 95 of 1986.
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Central to this application for leave to appeal is the question whether the Sectional Titles Act (Act) deprives individual owners in a sectional title scheme of legal standing to enforce a zoning scheme applicable to the area where the sectional title scheme is located, where the breach of the zoning scheme regulation (zoning scheme) occurs on the common property.
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA SOUTH GAUTENG HIGH COURT(JOHANNESBURG)CASE NO: 29934/12 DATE: 2012-10-12 In the matter between DAVID LECHIZIO: Plaintiff and BRIDGETOWN BODY CORPORATE: Defendant JUDGMENT DODSON AJ:  I give judgment as follows. This is an application for the appointment of an administrator in terms of section 46 of the Sectional Titles Act No. 95 […]
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICAIN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICAGAUTENG LOCAL DIVISION, JOHANNESBURG CASE NO: 30507/20171)REPORTABLE: YES / NO(2) OF INTEREST TO OTHER JUDGES: YES/NO(3) REVISED. In the matter between: BODY CORPORATE LE CHENE D’OR Applicant and SOHAIL CARIM First Respondent SHABLAM HAROON CARIM Second Respondent J U D G M E N T MASHILE, J: INTRODUCTION […]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA GAUTENG LOCAL DIVISION, JOHANNESBURG CASE NO: 2018/32995 In the matter between: EASTBURY BODY CORPORATE t/a BODY CORPORATE 399 MARSHALL Applicant and CITY OFJOHANNESBURG […]
The appeal essentially relates to the correct interpretation of s 13(1)(g) of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act> (“the Management Act”) and its management rule 30(f)
In this matter, the applicant, which is the body corporate of a residential property sectional title scheme, sought certain declaratory and interdictory relief against one of its members.