The Tshwane metro has won a court case in an ongoing dispute involving R24m it says it is owed for unpaid electricity by a large retail park with sectional titles.

Despite claims the retail park’s body corporate is “dysfunctional”, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruled the right to electricity “is not absolute”, and sectional title owners must use internal remedies before rushing to court. ..

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