We are a small 31 unit complex on the kz...

Asked by Marina on 01-07-2023 02:01:45
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

We are a small 31 unit complex on the kzn coast comprising holiday kets and permanent residents. A nasty trustee has in my absence cut down 2 unobtrusive bushes to literally an arms length stump in th ground. These bushes protected 2 close units from looking into each others bedroom and bathroom accross. This was s revenge cut as she has previously denuded the front tree and also another family members fully grown tree was ripped out with chains and a bakkie during a tantrum about her damaging trees. She also has a habit of removing plants out of peoples gardens and planting them in her or a friends garden. I gave had quite a few of my newly all legally planted little plants stolen. What can We do about this. She is permabent whereas many of us are there 6 months a year. Thank you.

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