A sectional title refers to separate ownership of units or sections within a development. When a sectional title is purchased, the owner acquires a section together with an undivided share of the common property. Common property generally includes areas such as parking bays, driveways and gardens. Sectional title disputes mostly pertain to responsibility of the parties in respect of maintenance, abuse of the common areas, payment of monthly levies and can vary as far as unsafe construction.
Sectional Title Disputes refer to disputes between owners, tenants, trustees, neighbours, body corporates and third parties relating to a number of issues, including outstanding levies, maintenance, abuse of the common area, unsafe contruction, payment of water and electricity and many more.
Where you find people living in close proximity, you will always find disagreements or dissatisfaction in one way or another. Fortunately, these problems can quite easily be resolved through negotiation/arbitration between the different parties.