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Apartment / Flat For Sale in Durbanville, Durbanville

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Asking Price : R 1 549 000 (81 099 EUR*)

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Province:Western Cape City:Durbanville Suburb:Durbanville Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:2 Floor Size: ± 72m2 Rates:R 820 p/m Levies:R 3707 p/m

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  • Dirk Boshoff, estate agent

    Agent : Dirk Boshoff

     +27 (0)82 417 5000
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      dirk@spiralsight.co.za
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RUSGENOT RETIREMENT CENTRE - LOVELY GROUND FLOOR FLAT (DURBANVILLE CENTRAL, DURBANVILLE)

This one is empty and need to fill itself with lovely people 50 years or older in Rusgenot Retirement Centre (seven years old with 52 units) and is situated in the heart of Durbanville, ± 700 m from De Ville Shopping Centre, ±630 m from Aurora Shopping Centre and 3± km from Durbanville Private Hospital.

Each unit has telephone connection with security at the gate.

Security is priority: 24 hour guarded gate attendant.
Discount commercial DSTV package.

RUSGENOT OFFERS THE FOLLOWING COMMUNAL SERVICES:
(Info from Rusgenot Website)

Washing room with washing machines and tumble dryers.
Communal living room that can be used for private functions.
Dining room where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at a low rate.

RUSGENOT PROVIDE MANY ACTIVITIES FOR THE RESIDENCE:
(Info from Rusgenot Website)

Mat bowls
Reading club (meets once a month)
Exercise for seniors (once a week in the lounge)
Bible study (once a week).
Some residents play bridge.
Bingo.
Happy hour – where wine tasting is held.


Once a week there is a social tea, presented by the social book club. Watch DVD with them or visit a coffee shop in the area.

The social club has an annual market day. This is on the premises and anyone can contribute their crafts.

The annual Christmas lunch is a big occasion on the social calendar.

• Tiled, open plan kitchen with granite tops, under counter oven, hob and extractor fan.
• The door in the kitchen opens into a passage that go to the communal lounge and dining area (wheelchair friendly).
• Tiled open plan TV room with wall heater, curtains and sliding door to parking bay.
• 2 Carpeted bedrooms with blinds, curtains, build in cupboards and wall heaters.
• Both bedrooms have en-suites with blinds, shower, toilet and basin.
• Parking bay (must be arranged with body cooperate before moving in (Parking allocated for unit)

Although great care has been taken in collecting this info, neither the agent nor the seller can accept liability for any error or omission.


Sectional titles and homeowners associations: It is also the purchaser/s responsibility to make sure that he/she obtain financial and levy statements from the agent and acquaint him-/her with the information before signing any contract. Nor the agent nor the seller will accept liability for any error, omission or misinterpretation of the financial and levy statements by the purchaser.


All appointments, to view the property, will be made by the agent at a time and date that suit the sellers/tenants.

  • Province: Western Cape
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  • City:Durbanville
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  • Suburb:Durbanville Central
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  • Bedrooms:2
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  • Bathrooms:2
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  • Parking allocated for unit
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  • • Flat size: 72 m²
  • • Rates: R 820
  • • Levy: R 2 400 (included: water, insurance of building, maintenance of the building and gardens, security)
  • • Pre-Paid Electricity
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  • Rusgenot Retirement Village
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  • CODE OF CONDUCT
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  • This is the English translation of the Conduct Rules. Should there be any conflict between the English and Afrikaans versions, the Afrikaans version shall take precedence.
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  • This revised Code of Conduct replaces all previous Rusgenot rules.
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  • July 2016
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  • 1. Binding Nature
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  • 1.1. The provisions of these rules and the duties of the owner in relation to the use and occupation of sections and common property shall be binding on the owner of any section and or any lessee or other occupant of any section. lt shall be the duty of the owner to ensure compliance with the rules by his lessee or occupant, including employees, guests and any member of his family, his lessee or his occupant and shall include liability for cost of any type of damage to the common property.
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  • 1.2. The trustees' decision regarding any matter pertaining to these rules shall be final and binding.
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  • 1.3. The cost incurred for any additional administration or attorney costs with regards to any contraventions of the said Conduct Rules will be for the owners' full account.
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  • 2. Meals
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  • 2.1. A kitchen levy is compulsory for all occupants. A minimum of one (1) kitchen levy per month per unit will always be payable regardless if the unit is occupied or not.
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  • 2.2. Every occupant must buy a minimum of eight (8) meal tickets per month.
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  • 2.3. The trustees revise the cost of the kitchen levy and meal tickets annually. No credit will be given to any occupant going on holiday for any period of time, long or short, or not living in Rusgenot on a permanent basis. Exemption will only be considered on medical grounds. Application must be made to the trustees in writing for consideration. Each . application will be evaluated on its own merit.
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  • 3 Animals, Reptiles and Birds
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  • 3.1. An owner or occupant of a section shall not keep any animal in a section or on any part of the common property.
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  • 3.2. ln exceptional cases the trustees may give written permission to an occupant to keep, for example, a small bird. The trustees may prescribe any reasonable condition when granting such approval.
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  • 3.3. The trustees may withdraw such approval in the event of any breach of any condition prescribed or if the animal is becoming a nuisance.
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  • 4 Entry to Residential Units in the case of an Emergency
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  • 4.1. All occupants must hand in a copy of the key to the front door of the unit, as well as the security gate, to be stored in a safe in the office to ensure access to the residential unit in case of emergency.
  • 4.2. Owners and occupants shall sign a consent form to allow trustees access to their premises in case of emergency, for example, in the case of a fire or if the occupant has fallen.
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  • 5. Smoking Rules
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  • 5.1. No occupant or visitor is allowed to smoke in any part of the common property of Rusgenot or inside his/her unit.
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  • 6. Vehicles and Parking
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  • 6.1. One (1) parking space is allocated to each unit by the trustees.
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  • 6.2. Application for swopping of parking spaces must be made in writing to the office for approval by the trustees.
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  • 6.3. No provision is made for visitors' parking within the complex boundaries.
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  • 6.4. A visitor may only park on the vacant parking of the concerned resident if security has been informed of the arrangement by the resident.
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  • 6.5. Contractors may park on the allocated parking for contractors with the permission of security.
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  • 6.6. Disabled parking spaces may only be used by a disabled visitor or when residents are picked up or dropped off subject to a maximum of 15 minutes.
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  • 6.7. Parking is only allowed between the parking lines and not on any other area of the common property. Any vehicle parked on the common property without the trustees' consent may cause the trustees to have it towed away or removed at the risk and expense of the owner of the vehicle.
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  • 6.8. Parking inside or outside the complex must be executed in a manner that will not obstruct any other owner or occupant.
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  • 6.9. The speed limit within the grounds is 15km/h.
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  • 6.10. No trailers or caravans may be parked on the premises of Rusgenot without the written permission from the trustees.
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  • 6.11. No maintenance or repairs on vehicles are permitted on the premises of Rusgenot.
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  • 6.12. Owners and occupants of sections shall ensure that their vehicles, and the vehicles of ' their visitors and guests, do not leak oil or brake fluid onto the common property or in any other way deface the common property.
  • 7 Damage or Alteration to the Common Property
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  • 7.1. An owner or occupant of a section shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage or alter any part of the common property without first obtaining the written consent of the trustees. 7
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  • 7.2. No alterations or additions for example satellite dishes, air-conditioning units or solar panels may be put up on exterior walls, on roofs or on any other part of the common property without obtaining prior written permission from the trustees. Permission must also be obtained from the local authorities where applicable.
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  • 7.3. No owner or occupant of a section shall place or do anything on any part of the common property, including balconies, patios, stoeps and gardens which, in the discretion of the trustees, is aesthetically displeasing or otherwise undesirable when viewed from the outside of the section.
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  • 7.4. Occupants must obtain prior written permission from the trustees as well as the surrounding owners to install an air-conditioning unit. Permission will further be subject to the following:
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  • 7.4.1. installations must comply with all legal requirements;
  • 7.4.2. the owner exempts the Body Corporate from any form of claims, including
  • maintenance and any loss or damage to the equipment;
  • 7.4.3. a hand drawn sketch showing the proposed position of the equipment, must be submitted to the trustees for approval;
  • 7.4.4. the obligations and responsibilities regarding the air-conditioner:
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  • 7.4.4.1.is binding on inheritors and future owners (successors in title) of the unit, 7.4.4.2.must be brought to the attention of the future buyer by the current owner before the unit is sold or transfer of said unit takes place.
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  • 7.4.3. The owner of the air-conditioner will ensure it is always kept in good working order and will be responsible for the cost of the maintenance thereof.
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  • 8. Security Gates and Burglar Bars
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  • 8.1. Burglar bars and security gates may be installed, subject to prior approval by the trustees who will prescribe the authorised design, type and method of installation.
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  • 8.2. The owner of the said unit will be responsible for the proper maintenance thereof and for ensuring its constant neat appearance.
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  • 9. Signs and Notices
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  • 9.1. No owner or occupant of a section may place any pamphlet, advertisement or notice of any kind whatsoever on any part of the common property, inside a section, on the municipal boundaries or sidewalks that is visible from outside the section without the prior written consent of the trustees.
  • 9.2. Showing of residential units are only allowed on a Saturday afternoon between 14h00 and 17h00, subject to the following conditions:
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  • 9.2.1.Signs which clearly mark the show section are only allowed on the day of the show.
  • 9.2.2.Signs of the show section may only be set up from 12h00 on the day of the show.
  • 9.2.3.Signs of the show section must be removed immediately after the show ends and not later than 18h00 on the same day.
  • 9.2.4.Signs that are erected in terms of these rules may not be attached to any part of the complex's buildings.
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  • 9.3. The trustees reserve the right to remove any signs that do not conform to these Conduct Rules.
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  • 10. Letting and Sale of Residential Units
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  • 10.1. Applications of prospective tenants and owners shall be evaluated by the selection committee.
  • 10.2. The owner or seller is responsible to provide the office with full details of the tenant or buyer.
  • 10.3. The owner or seller is responsible to arrange appointments with the office for the selection process.
  • 10.4.Tenants and buyers must be 50 years or older to buy or rent.
  • 10.5. If an owner wants to sell or rent out his section, the prospective occupant/s must not be older than 75 Years.
  • 10.6. New tenants and buyers must have a copy of the Conduct Rules of Rusgenot Retirement Village, fully understand them and sign it.
  • 10.7.Tenants and selters must settle their accounts with regards to meals etc. in full before they move.
  • 10.8. All viewing appointments by prospective confirmed with the office in advance.
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  • 11. lnjuries / Loss
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  • 11.1. People entering the premises do so at their own risk and make use of the facilities at their own risk.
  • 11.2.The Body Corporate, or its employees are not responsible for any injury, medical expenses, loss of life, damage or loss of property, any claims made by owners, visitors, family members, occupants of a section, contractors, deliverers, employees of an owner or occupant, who originate from the individual sections on the common property or from using the facilities of the scheme, or arising from a human, animal or natural phenomenon or otherwise, from any action or neglect from the Body Corporate and/or its management, any of the employees of the Body Corporate, agents or contractors.
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  • 11.3.The Body Corporate, its employees and agents, accepts no responsibility of any kind for damage, loss or no delivery of goods or post to any owner or occupant.
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  • 12. Laundry
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  • 12.1.Washing lines are available behind the frail care for the use of owners and occupants. An owner or occupant of a section shall not erect washing lines or hang any washing to dry or other items on his or her balcony or stoep or on any part of the common property.
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  • 12.2. Washing machines and tumble driers are available to use in the laundry. 12.3. All rules for using the washing equipment, as displayed in the laundry, must be adhered to at all times.
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  • 13. Refuse Disposal
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  • 13.1.An occupant shall maintain a receptacle for refuse in a hygienic and dry condition within his section.
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  • 13.2. All refuse must be securely tied in plastic bags.
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  • 13.3. Refuse must be sorted and recyclable refuse must be placed in the receptacle with the green lid. Other non-recyclable refuse (including adult nappies) must be placed in the black receptacle.
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  • 13.4. Rusgenot's receptacles may only be placed in the designated area determined by the trustees.
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  • 13.5. No littering of any kind is allowed on the common property and occupants are responsible to ensure that their visitors, guests, employees, family members and contractors comply with these rules.
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  • 14. Gardening and Garden
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  • 14.1. No personal gardening is allowed within the premises.
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  • 14.2.Gardens are the responsibility of the trustees.
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  • 14.3.Only three (3) pot plants are allowed per section on the occupant's balcony or stoep, unless the written permission of trustees are obtained. The trustees may prescribe any reasonable condition when granting such approval. The trustees may withdraw such approval in the event of any breach of any condition prescribed.
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  • 15. Eradication of Pests
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  • 15.1. An occupant is responsible to keep his own section free from ants and other insects. He/she shall permit the trustees, the office or any other duly authorised person, to enter his section to inspect and take such action as may be reasonably necessary to eradicate any pests. The cost of such an inspection and eradication of any such pests as may be found within the section shall be borne by the owner of the section concerned.
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  • 15.2. The eradication of pests on common property shall be dealt with by the trustees.
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  • 16. Occupation of residential units
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  • 16.1. No person other than the owner or tenant older than 50 years, with his/her spouse or partner may live in the complex on a permanent basis, excluding a personal carer approved by the selection committee. 1
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  • 6.2. A residential section may only be used for dwelling and no business or trade may be practised from the section.
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  • 16.3. No hawkers will be allowed, unless organised by the Social Club.
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  • 16.4. The office must be informed in writing if visitors of any owner or tenant stay longer than two weeks.
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  • 16.5. All occupants must inform the office prior to them leaving Rusgenot for a period longer than one week.
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  • 17. Noise and Disturbance
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  • 1.7.1. No occupant or his/her visitor, guest, employee or contractor shall be a disturbance to other occupants.
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  • 17.2. Resting time is between 13h00 and 14h30. These times must be respected.
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  • 17.3. Noisy motor cycles and hooting of vehicles are prohibited.
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  • 17.4. The volume of radios and televisions must be kept low so as not to disturb other occupants.
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  • 17.5. Occupants are responsible to see that visitors, guests, contractors and employees behave in a respectable manner.
  • 18. Visitors
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  • 18.1. Children and toddlers are not permitted on the premises without supervision and are not allowed to be a nuisance to the other occupants.
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  • 18.2. Roller skating, skating, ball games and cycling, or similar activities on the premises are prohibited.
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  • 18.3. Occupants remain responsible for their visitors' behaviour until they leave the premises.
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  • 19. Domestics and Contractors
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  • 19.1. Occupants are responsible for their own domestic staff.
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  • 19.2. Occupants are responsible for payment of their domestic staff.
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  • 19.3. Occupants must introduce their domestic staff to the office so as to ensure that an identikit and uniform (for the cost of the occupant) is issued.
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  • 19.4. The occupant is responsible to make sure that the domestic wears the uniform and the identikit to identify her at security.
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  • 19.5. No accommodation may be provided to any domestic worker.
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  • 20. Rusgenot Workers and Security
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  • 20.1. No occupant may ask Rusgenot employees for favours, give them instructions or interfere with the execution of their duties.
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  • 21. Common Property
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  • 21.1. The dining room, lounge and small lounge may be used by occupants for private functions. The trustees may charge a fee if the areas are used by non-occupants.
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  • 21.2. Written application must be made to the office in advance.
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  • 21.3. Any damage caused will be the responsibility of the applicant and for his/her account.
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  • 21.4. The applicant remains responsible to ensure that his guests abide by the rules of Rusgenot for the duration of their stay on the premises.
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  • 22. Storage of Flammable Material and other Dangerous Acts
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  • 22.1.An occupant shall not store any material, do, permit or allow to be done, any other dangerous act in the building or on the common property which will or may increase the rate of the premium payable by the body corporate on any insurance policy.
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  • 22.2. A maximum of 9kg gas per residential unit is allowed.
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  • 23. Private Carers
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  • 23.1. Occupants shall arrange for their own private carers where and when necessary.
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  • 23.2. An occupant is responsible to pay for their own carers.
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  • 23.3. An occupant must introduce his/her carer to the office.
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  • 23.4. Occupants shall ensure that their carers adhere to the rules of Rusgenot.
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  • 24. Imposition of penalties
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  • 24.1. lf the conduct of an owner, tenant or occupant or the family members, guests, visitors, employees or contractors of the owner, tenant or occupant constitute/s a nuisance in the opinion of the trustees, or a contravention of a these rules, a provision of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act, No 8 of 2011 (“hereafter the Act”), Management Rules or any condition imposed in terms thereof, the trustees, or any such person authorised by them, may:
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  • 24.1.1. by written notice specifying the date of the contravention and sufficient details pertaining thereto, delivered by hand, sent by e-mail or registered post, inform the owner of the nuisance or contravention and warn the owner that if he, or his tenant, or occupant fails to remedy the contravention and/or if he or his tenant or occupant persist/s in such conduct or contravention, a penalty will be imposed on the owner; or
  • 24.1.2. by written notice, delivered by hand or sent by e-mail or registered post, after a warning issued in terms of sub-rule
  • 24.1.3. above or, if the trustees deem it appropriate under the circumstances, without such warning impose a penalty on the owner, which written notice shall state the reasons for the imposition of the penalty.
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  • 24.2.The penalty imposed under sub-rule 24.1.2 above shall be effective (due and payable) on the date of the written notice.
  • 24.3. A penalty may be imposed in respect of each separate contravention. ln the event of a continuing contravention, the owner shall, subject to any other provision to the contrary contained in these rules, or condition imposed or directive issued by the trustees, be deemed to be guilty of a separate contravention for every period specified in the Penalties Schedule during which such contravention continues and he shall be liable for a penalty in respect of each such separate contravention. A continuous contravention for purposes hereof shall mean one transgressing act which is continuous and not rectified by the offender within the period prescribed in the penalties Schedule. 24.4.1n considering the amounts of the penalties to be imposed in terms of this rule the trustees shall refer to the Penalties Schedule (attached hereto) as amended from time to time by the owners in general meeting by way of an ordinary majority vote. Any amendment of the amounts or days reflected in the hereunder Penalties Schedule by the owners shall be valid as of date of notification to all owners after the general meeting and the amended Penalties Schedule shall not be required to be filed at the ombud.
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  • 24.5. An owner may within 30 (thirty) days of the date of the sending or delivery of the written notice referred to in sub-rule 24.1.2, submit a written objection with motivation, against the penalty imposed, to the trustees and may request that he/she be afforded an opportunity to address the trustee committee.
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  • 24.6. At, the trustees' meeting (hearing) referred to in sub-rule 24.5 above, the owner shall have the right to be present and to be assisted or represented by another person and to:
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  • 24.6. 1. give evidence;
  • 24.6.2. be heard;
  • 24.6.3. call witnesses;
  • 24.6.4. cross-examine any person called as a witness in support of the charge and to have access to documents produced in evidence; and
  • 24.6.5. submit mitigating factors.
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  • 24.7.Any contravention involving a trustee, his/her occupant or any such other person for whom he /she is responsible, shall preclude such trustee from voting or partaking in any proceedings in terms hereof.
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  • 24.8. After affording the owner the opportunity to address them, or after consideration of a written objection, the trustees may, by a majority vote:
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  • 24.8.1. Withdraw or reduce the warning or penalty; or 24.8.2. suspend the warning or penalty; or
  • 24.8.3. confirm the warning or penalty.
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  • 24.9. Any decision of the trustees made in this regard shall be communicated to the owner in writing.
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  • 24.10. If the owner fails to attend the hearing referred to in sub-rule 24.5 the trustees may continue with the proceedings in the absence of the owner.
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  • 24.11. Any penalty imposed shall, for the purpose of issuing subsequent penalties, be valid for a period of 12 (twelve) calendar months.
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