1. DISCLAIMER

The Association shall not be liable in contract, delict or otherwise, to members, their families, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, agents, employees, lessees, guests and invitees as well as all persons entering the property for whatever reason, who shall hold the Association blameless and indemnify it, against any claim of whatever nature (including direct, indirect and consequential [...]

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2. DEFINITIONS

‘Casual Worker’ means a worker not permanently engaged by one resident but for a single day or relative short period and registered at the security room of the Estate for that day only. ‘Contractor’ means a person / business who is associated with the building and / or construction and or / maintenance in and [...]

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3. WARNING

3.1. The Estate has a security system comprising perimeter security, access control and physical patrolling. The system has a detection purpose only. It serves as a deterrent and is not guaranteed to prevent any intrusion into the Estate. 3.2. The electric fence on the perimeter wall must be treated as live and could cause serious [...]

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4. AIM AND PURPOSE OF THE CONDUCT RULES

4.1. These Rules have been established in terms of the Memorandum of Incorporation of the Company (Homeowners Association ‘HOA’). The Rules are binding upon all members, residents and invitees on the Estate, as is any decision taken by the Directors in interpreting these rules. 4.2. The registered owner / member of a property is responsible [...]

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4.B. MEMBER’S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

4.b.1. A Member must ensure that all members of her or his family and her or his tenants, boarders, visitors, employees, building contractors, subcontractors, service providers and delivery persons to her or his property comply with these Rules, notwithstanding any contrary provision contained in a lease or Grant of rights of occupancy; 4.b.2. If an [...]

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5. INTERPRETATION

5.1. No section of these Conduct Rules may be so interpreted to be effective with retrospective effect, before the date of implementation of these Conduct Rules. 5.2. The Conduct Rules may not be applied so that - 5.2.1. any persons’ ( members’) rights existing before the implementation of the Conduct Rules, be negatively affected, or [...]

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6. ZONING

6.1. Amberfield Manor Estate is first and foremost a residential Estate and in the interests of protecting its residents from the nuisance or aggravation factors usually accompanying such business activities, anyone wishing to operate a business from their residential premises shall apply to the Board of Directors for permission to do so, which permission shall [...]

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7. LEGAL ENTITIES AS MEMBERS (DIRECTIVE)

7.1. Any Public Company, Private Company, Closed Corporation, Trust Partnership or other legal entities which own vacant land, a stand or an erf on the Estate, such entity must file a power of attorney, duly executed by such entity designating one person who will officiate as a representative of, in all dealings with such entity’s [...]

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8. ADVERTISING & PAMPHLETS

8.1. Advertising or publicity material, pamphlets, personal notices may only be exhibited or distributed with the written consent of the Estate Manager. Fundraising activities or door-to-door sales may only take place with the written consent of the Estate Manager. Any advertising material displayed, exhibited or distributed in contravention of this rule may be removed. Any [...]

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9. DISTURBANCE AND NOISE

9.1. In terms of the Noise Control Regulations, 1999 of the Environment Conservation Act , 1989 no 73 of 1989 of Gauteng Province no sound and media technology such as radios, televisions, music instruments, etcetera shall be used at a sound level that is a disturbance to other residents, at any time of the day [...]

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