Sectional Titles and Other Fragmented Property Schemes (1st Edition) (Online)



    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Online
  • ISBN: 22263438
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  • Category: Property, Law of, Juta's Property Law Library

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Social and economic developments in South Africa have contributed to the increasing need for fragmented property holding, especially in urban areas. With the advent of the wider interpretation of property in terms of the new constitutional dispensation this need has been strengthened. The idea that individualised landownership forms the basis of the South African property concept has been gradually transformed by the reality that sectional titles, share blocks, property time-sharing and retirement schemes are essential forms of urban property holding.

This book provides an exposition of the idea of urban fragmented property holding in South Africa, with reference to the different forms of urban fragmented property schemes introduced by legislation. The functioning of the management bodies of these schemes and the nature and effect of management and conduct rules are emphasised to illustrate to what extent the idea of urban fragmented property holding has changed the property concept in the new constitutional dispensation in South Africa.

Relevant case law and new legislative developments are discussed comprehensively to indicate how fragmented property schemes are governed and how disputes regarding use rights of individual sections and the common property of such schemes are solved.  

  • Urban fragmented land tenure 
  • Sectional titles
  • Sectional title ownership
  • Registration of scheme and units
  • Management of a sectional title scheme
  • Rights and obligations of owners and other right-holders
  • Share blocks
  • Share block schemes
  • Management of a share block scheme
  • Time-sharing
  • Time-sharing schemes
  • Retirement schemes
  • Bibliography
  • Case law
  • Legislation

 

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  • Hyperlinks to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
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Social and economic developments in South Africa have contributed to the increasing need for fragmented property holding, especially in urban areas. With the advent of the wider interpretation of property in terms of the new constitutional dispensation this need has been strengthened. The idea that individualised landownership forms the basis of the South African property concept has been gradually transformed by the reality that sectional titles, share blocks, property time-sharing and retirement schemes are essential forms of urban property holding.

This book provides an exposition of the idea of urban fragmented property holding in South Africa, with reference to the different forms of urban fragmented property schemes introduced by legislation. The functioning of the management bodies of these schemes and the nature and effect of management and conduct rules are emphasised to illustrate to what extent the idea of urban fragmented property holding has changed the property concept in the new constitutional dispensation in South Africa.

Relevant case law and new legislative developments are discussed comprehensively to indicate how fragmented property schemes are governed and how disputes regarding use rights of individual sections and the common property of such schemes are solved.  

  • Urban fragmented land tenure 
  • Sectional titles
  • Sectional title ownership
  • Registration of scheme and units
  • Management of a sectional title scheme
  • Rights and obligations of owners and other right-holders
  • Share blocks
  • Share block schemes
  • Management of a share block scheme
  • Time-sharing
  • Time-sharing schemes
  • Retirement schemes
  • Bibliography
  • Case law
  • Legislation

 

Additional contents and features - electronic:

  • Hyperlinks allow for easy navigation within the product
  • Hyperlinks to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

  • Academics
  • Postgraduates
  • Legal practitioners
  • Academics
  • Postgraduates
  • Legal practitioners

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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