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Geyser move into common property duct

By Warren Fialkov on Thu, 22 Mar 2012 at 12:27

Hi
I would like to know if it is permissable to install a geyser in a common property service duct.
Q1 - I understand I require 50% Body Corporate to agree to my utilisation of common property - correct?
Q2 - Is a geyser allowed to be installed in a service duct (which is accessed from my section)?
Q3 - Where can I find references to the act/section that governs the common property usage?

I have spoken with insurer and provided geyser is installed in compliance with SANS10254 there is no impact to insurance policy.

Background
There is a service duct between my flat and my neighbours. Access is from my flat.
There already is a ventilation duct running from the unit below to the 5th floor within the duct.
My flat is a 1st floor flat (1 unit below)

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RE: Geyser move into common property duct

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RE: Geyser move into common property duct

Thomas Groenewald replied on Mon, 14 Jan 2013 at 19:22

Hi Warren, did you find an answer?
View http://www.sto.co.za/forum/topic/8066-Installed_geyser_in_common_property_service_duct and http://www.sto.co.za/component/forum/topic/8629-Request_to_move_geyser_to_flatroof

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