- October 2, 2016 at 6:22 pm #192789
I have my eye on a house in a block of 4 houses, they butt onto each other sideways and back to back. The block was built in 2008, by a property developer and none have yet been sold
I have seen the “nota simple” for this property and can see that it’s covered by the “Horizontal property law”
I am aware that I should be part of a “community of owners”, so my question is how does this work if I am the first and for the time being the only owner.
I am working on the assumption that I would own 25% and the developer still would own 75%, does this imply that a community exists from the moment I sign my purchase, or do other rules apply.
- October 2, 2016 at 10:14 pm #192791
community already exists even if not constituted !! get legal advice before u buy – ie pay a lawyer
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