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With regard to the sale of fixed property containing electrical installations, the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 (Section 22) stipulate that subject to Section 10(4), an electrical installation may not be marketed or sold unless the safety requirements have been complied with. In other words, a valid Certificate of Compliance must be produced in the sale process.
The law holds the user or lessor of an electrical installation (as the case may be) personally responsible for the safety, safe use and maintenance of the electrical installation that the user or lessor uses.
A Certificate of Compliance which is (2) two years and older may however not be provided under any circumstances for a transfer of a property.
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SALE OF PROPERTY AND CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE (COC)
Sellers of property must be aware of their legal obligations in the supply of a certificate of compliance in the sale process of there property. The requirement for the certificate of compliance is prescribed by legislation and is enforced through the Property Sale Agreement. Read more
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