It is not unusual for owners and occupiers to attach things to private areas and parts of common areas without obtaining permission.
In terms of section 39 (2) (d) of the CSOS Act, an application may be for:
“an order for the removal of all articles placed on or attached illegally to parts of a common area or a private area”
Examples of issues
Unauthorised installation of satellite reception dishes on common areas, with associated wiring.
Installation of awnings, gates and other items without association permission.
Example of order
An example of the type of order the CSOS could give is:
Mrs. Sophia Jacobs must at her own expense remove the wiring, cabling and antennae from the roof of building 5 in the Kromboom Heights scheme within 10 days and repair all damage done to the common property. This order takes effect immediately.
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