South Africa: Court blow for ratepayers in homeowners’ associations

Property owners who provide and pay for their own basic services are not entitled to pay lower rates than owners who receive these services from a municipality, according to recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeal.  It said there is not a direct link in law between the rates paid by property owners and the municipal services they receive.   Read the article…………


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