body corporate

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body corporate

a group of persons incorporated to carry out a specific enterprise. See CORPORATION. A very popular form of administrative government in the UK where there are very many bodies established to carry out functions for which government ministers were once directly responsible.
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The owners will be pleased to note that they will, following complete handover, fully manage these two iconic buildings in their entirety through their respective body corporates," said a statement issued by the developer.
Following the complete handover, the owners will fully manage these two iconic buildings in their entirety through their respective body corporates.
Power imbalance and financial muscle between an ordinary property owners and a body corporate or managing agent served as a deterrent, said Themba Mthethwa the CEO and Chief Ombudsman of the Community Schemes Ombud Services (CSOS).
Issues can arise when electricity supply arrangements have been agreed to between property developers and an electricity company, leaving owners, tenants, body corporates and small business operators to deal with complex electricity charges and billing.
Through our agreements with the various Supply Authorities, we provide prepaid electricity vending services for all major towns, villages, and settlements, as well private estates and body corporates.
Carusoe van der Merwe, Netvend head of operations said: Through our agreements with the various supply authorities, we provide prepaid electricity vending services for all major towns, villages and settlements, as well as private estates and body corporates.
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