A Paddocks Sectional Title Lifestyle Blog
Welcome to Thinking Inside the Box
Living or working in a community scheme can be daunting. We understand. The legislation is complex and many people feel disempowered through not knowing enough about it … we are here to help!
Created by Jennifer Paddock, and driven by the team at Paddocks, this blog is here to inform, teach and delight you on all things community scheme management. We ultimately hope that the information we provide here will empower owners, trustees and chairpersons involved in community schemes, through better understanding their rights and duties, helping them to increase the value of their properties and create harmonious relations with their neighbours.
What do we do and more importantly, what can we do for you?
Paddocks is a specialist sectional title and home owners’ association firm that provides a range of products and services to anyone professionally or personally involved in these schemes.
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Who are we?
Paddocks is a specialist sectional title and home owners’ association firm based in Cape Town. It is lead by expert community scheme attorney and Adjunct Professor Graham Paddock who is an authority on the subject of sectional titles and other community schemes having specialised in this area for over 40 years. Graham is the head legal adviser to the government Department of Human Settlements in the overhaul of the sectional title legislation. He has been the lead consultant to the DHS in the drafting of the pending Sectional Titles Scheme Management Act as well as the Community Schemes Ombudsmen Service Act.
Graham is assisted by specialist teacher and consultant Anton Kelly, who has trained under Graham for over 10 years as well as highly qualified admitted Attorneys, Dr Carryn Melissa Durham and Zerlinda van der Merwe.
Paddocks is further driven by a team of passionate people with extensive skills in education, marketing and information technology.
For more information, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +27(0) 21 686 3950
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