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Over the last number of years, property buyers have increasingly looked to sectional title schemes - such as townhouse complexes - for their homes, and for investment properties. The sense of security brought by life in a townhouse complex and the attraction of communal facilities are factors that make sectional title living attractive to many.RENTING IN A COMPLEX? READ THE RULES!
Be warned - whether you buy into a residential complex or rent a house in one - the High Court has again upheld the right of Home Owners Associations (HOAs) to enforce their rules and regulations.SELLING A BUSINESS WITH GOODWILL: BEWARE THIS IMPLIED PROHIBITION
When you sell a business including its "goodwill", you will likely be prevented from opening up in competition with your old business by a "restraint of trade clause" in the sale agreement.LANDLORDS: CAN YOU SWITCH OFF YOUR DEFAULTING TENANT'S LIGHTS?
The judgment discussed in this article relates to a commercial occupier and as is noted below, residential occupiers enjoy additional protections to commercial occupants.View All News