Asked by Liezle on 05-06-2023 09:01:13
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
Hi I am the owner of a full title house in a security estate. Our home was built before the area was closed off. After the closure new houses were build as sectional titles. We do not belong to the home owners association due to the fact that they could not accept our changed contract where our home did not adhere to the new rules for the sectional titles. But now the security and the property firm managing the estate is badgering us to force us to adhere to their rules, by constantly denying access to our home. By constantly having the same form with personal information on it to be submitted to them. What is my rights as a full title owner? How do I stop the constant spiteful access issues. How does the lack of control of person information not violate the poppi act.
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