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From: Derick van Zyl
Subject: NOTICE OF INSPECTION – TOP EIENDOMME

Hi

Thank you for clearing that up. I am glad to report that everything was found in order and it seems like we will not be billed for anything.

Thank you once again for your efforts ,we appreciate it and are proud to be a Rebosa member.

Vriendelike groete / Kind Regards,

Derick
 

From: Jan le Roux Subject: NOTICE OF INSPECTION – TOP EIENDOMME

Dear Derick,

As promised I have taken your question up with the EAAB.

Herewith their reply for your perusal.

I don’t think this happens often but clearly they are entitled to do so and have from time to time.

I trust it won’t be applicable in your case!

Good luck with the inspection.

Regards,
Jan le Roux
CE REBOSA

Begin forwarded message:
From: Bryan Chaplog
Subject: NOTICE OF INSPECTION
To: Jan le Roux

Dear Jan

Yes, it is in the act and the EAAB reserves these rights and may recover in the instances of significant non-compliance by the estate agencies. We did enforce these in the past based on the level on non-compliance that was found.

Regards
Bryan Chaplog CA(SA)
Chief Executive Officer
Estate Agency Affairs Board
 
From: Jan
To: Bryan Chaplog
Subject: NOTICE OF INSPECTION

Dear Bryan,

I recently received a query from a member regarding the recovery of costs.

“Kindly furthermore note that the Board reserves the right, in terms of Section 9(2)(b) of the Act, to recover the costs of the inspection, considered as forming part of an investigation, as read with Section 32A(1), from you. “

I have never heard of this before – is this just a general provision or do you actually apply same?

I will appreciate your assistance.

Regards,

Jan le Roux
CE REBOSA

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