To amend the Sectional Titles Act, 1986, so as to amend certain definitions; to provide for the developer to answer questions put to the developer by the agents of the lessees; to provide that a certificate issued by an architect or a land surveyor must also comply with section 26(2) of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013; to further provide for the amendment of sectional plans in respect of exclusive use areas; to further provide for the amendment and cancellation of a sectional plan upon an order of the court; to provide for the noting of a title deed in respect of the lapsing of a reservation in terms of section 25; to provide for a lease of part of the common property with the consent of the holders of registered real rights; to amend the provisions relating to the alienation of common property; to further provide for the cancellation of a mortgaged section and mortgaged exclusive use area; to also provide for a developer to submit a plan for subdivision or consolidation to the Surveyor-General for approval to subdivide, consolidate and to extend a section; to extend the registration of subdivision of a section, the consolidation of sections, and the extension of sections to a developer; to provide for the filing of replacement documentation in respect of lost or destroyed documentation; to amend the provisions relating to the extension of a scheme; to amend the provisions relating to participation quotas of sections; to regulate the membership of the sectional titles regulations board; to amend the transitional provisions; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
National Council of Provinces
Sent for Assent
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Introduced by: Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development
Sectional Titles Amendment Bill (B31-2020)
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