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Old 6th March 2008, 19:34   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,i am a villa owner from white rock.I have just been asked by our mutual builder for a maintenance contribution for the "Trafo" which translates into electricity transformer.Do you pay this?
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Old 6th March 2008, 20:41   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Trafo

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our friends have a villa on a complex in gumbet and told us last year that the trafo is the item that is fitted onto the cable /pole so as individual apts / villa's can then have individual bills rather than pay the builders rate to the builder for your share of the electricity used on the complex , i was led to believe this is only applicable after the hab cert is issued
they waited so long for the builder to pay for this he claimed it was there place to pay they claimed it was his , they decided to pay for it any way rather than pay the developers rate any longer
they had to pay as a complex there share was 200
so i guess he wants his contribution ?
we will have the same problem as the developer doesn't like to pay for what he has to yet alone what he' not got to pay for.
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Re: Trafo

Given that your complex is remote then a transformer is essential for your electricity supply. In instances like this the builder pays a significant amount to bring the power in and normally pays for the transformer which then becomes the property of Tedas. I have never heard of a maintenance charge for a transformer but I would imagine it was very expensive to get an adequate supply to your development and given the problems in that area it may be that people are requiring "gratuities" to make it look planned which is essential for future documentation.

Ask for clarification of what exactly you are paying for and how often you will be required to pay it - if it is for "maintenance" then one would assume it would be a regular thing - and then discuss it with your fellow complex owners and see how they feel about it.

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