This By-law was repealed on 2019-07-01 by Property Rates.
Property Rates By-law, 2014
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette 7282 on 27 June 2014
- Commenced on 1 July 2014
- [This is the version of this document from 27 June 2014 and includes any amendments published up to 12 May 2023.]
- [Repealed by Property Rates on 1 July 2019]
2. Rates policy
3. Rates principles
4. Determination of rates
5. Categories of property
6. Categories of owners
7. Properties used for multiple purposes
8. Liability for rates
9. Differential rating
10. Zoning and usage for rates purposesThe rates tariffs on a property will be applicable for the zoning or usage of a property. Therefore, if a property is zoned as a business, the business tariff will apply.
14. Phasing-in of certain ratesUnless otherwise decided by the Council from time to time and subject to any other provisions hereof, the property owners who qualify for phasing-in discounts in terms of Section 21 of the Act shall be granted the minimum discounts provided for in Section 21 : Provided that such discounts shall not be allowed in addition to any rebates or reductions otherwise provided for in this policy in respect of the categories of properties concerned.
15. Process of granting exemptions, rebates and reductions
17. Rates increases
18. Short titleThese By-Laws are called the Kannaland Municipality Property Rates By-Laws.
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- Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996
- Disaster Management Act, 2002
- General Intelligence Laws Amendment Act, 2003
- Income Tax Act, 1962
- Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003
- Local Government: Municipal Structures Act, 1998
- Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000
- Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002
- National Environmental Management: Protected Areas Act, 2003
- Provision of Land and Assistance Act, 1993
- Restitution of Land Rights Act, 1994
- Sectional Titles Act, 1986