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Municipal Property Rates By-law, 2019
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 8107 on 7 June 2019
- Commenced on 1 July 2019
- [Up to date as at 10 March 2020]
PreambleWHEREAS section 229(1) of the Constitution requires a municipality to impose rates on property and surcharges on fees for the services provided by or on behalf of the municipality.AND WHEREAS section 13 of the Municipal Systems Act read with section 162 of the Constitution require a municipality to promulgate municipal by-laws by publishing them in the gazette of the relevant province.AND WHEREAS section 6 of the Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act, 2004 requires a municipality to adopt by-laws to give effect to the implementation of its property rates policy; the by-laws may differentiate between the different categories of properties and different categories of owners of properties liable for the payment of rates;NOW THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Council of the CEDERBERG Municipality, as follows:
3. Adoption and implementation of rates policy
4. Contents of rates policy
5. Enforcement of rates policy
6. Short title and commencement
History of this By-law
1 July 2019By-law commences.
7 June 2019 this versionPublished in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 8107