As from 7 October 2016 Duets must comply with the Sectional Title Management Act and Regulations and the CSOS Act and Regulations.

Why Comply? Besides CSOS checking compliance and enforcing Rule Compliance for free, when you sell the Body Corporate MUST issue a Clearance Certificate and avail Financial Statements, AGM Minutes and a copy of the Rules.

DuetSS is a Body Corporate Management System that enables Duet owners to affordably plan, manage,control and report.

Our Services

DuetSS is a aggregation of the legal, planning, sales, accounting and hosting abilities. CSOS Compliance is three steps away.


We ensure that your Duet Scheme’s plans, electricity, gas and other approvals and certificates are up to date. CSOS won’t approve your new rules if they aren’t.

Draft Rules

Our practitioners assist, guide and advise you in the drafting of Management & Conduct Rules to fit your unique requirements and needs as far as possible.


Duet friendly rules makes DIY management easy. Registration makes Body Corporate management affordable and easy and facilitates CSOS compliance.


DuetSS hosted software makes Sectional Title management easy.


Forms and templates update content automatically


Raise and manage co payments


Allocate, track and manage Tasks


Plan & manage body corporate functions


Keep Asset, Insurance and other registers


Agendas, Resolutions and Minutes


Manage owner, member and trustee, groups


Keep a list of necessary contacts


Per duet
Plans, Authorisations and Certificates
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DuetSS Rules
Once off
Duet friendly rules that make compliance easy
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DuetSS Office
Hosted Body Corporate Management System
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What happens if only one duet is insured?

Trustees MUST insure common property at replacement cost and use claim payouts to reinstate to same. Insuring your duet doesn’t absolve you from the proportionate replacement cost of the uninsured other.

What happens if a child drowns in a duet’s pool?

If the pool is built on common property it is the body corporate’s pool. As the body corporate must comply with by laws and regulations it is liable if it didn’t.

What happens if next door’s thatch roof needs to be replaced?

Property external to a section, i.e. the walls, floors, roof etc. belong to the body corporate. The body corporate must repair. Members carry the cost thereof via levies paid equal to their participation quotas.

Not my problem. I wasn’t elected a trustee!

Duet members automatically become trustees. Duet Trustees in turn must manage and administer the body corporate to the benefit of all. As you are fiduciarily liable anyway you may as well participate anyway.

What happens if I refuse to pay?

Members must pay levies to insure and maintain the Body Corporate’s common property. Non compliance therewith is precisely why CSOS was established and enforcement made easy and free.

What happens if I don’t comply?

CSOS Non Compliance Notices can enforce compliance. Transfer Conveyancers must obtain levy clearance certificates prior to transfer. How do they do that if the Body Corporate isn’t compliant?

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