Property management associations are provided by the Mauritian Civil Code and aim to build, maintain and manage services and equipment of mutual interest (including roads, networks, parking areas, wastewater treatment plant, green spaces, city safety, hygiene and cleanliness etc.)
The Economic Development Board, in collaboration with the French and Mauritian Chamber of Notaries, devised a new juridic model inspired by French property management associations. This new model, designed to meet the requirements of a modern city, is more suitable for Smart Cities. The Mauritian Civil Code was amended in 2018 to reflect this change.
Land associations are essential for the good management of common spaces and their equipment and proffer many advantages including:
« Voting rights are allocated by the articles of association on the basis of objective and fair criteria. » (Article 664-129 of the Civil Code)
Whether your plot of land is serviced or not
The surface area of your plot of land
The built surface area
Your right to vote gives you the opportunity to be an active member of the community. Each year at the Annual General Meeting, you will have the opportunity to vote on the city’s budget and on projects to beautify and improve the city’s services and facilities.
The calculation of individual contributions is derived from the calculation of voting rights and applies to two categories of expenses:
Which cover the maintenance and administration of common spaces
Covering common infrastructure, equipment, and facilities. These charges do not apply to agricultural land.
Contributions are mandatory and essential for the proper functioning of the city. They allow for:
Three levels of partnership will be developed in order to ensure the city’s territorial unity and a strong identity for each neighbourhood:
• City Level (Moka “The heart of the island” – AFM)
• Precinct Level (AFQ)
• Block level (AFB)
Each landowner will be a member of a property management association at each level. They will vote at their block level and will be represented in the higher levels. Each level will be managed by administrators.
The Moka Property Management Association operates at the city level. As prescribed by the architectural guidelines, the association is responsible for the following:
Each precinct which make up the Moka Smart City will be represented by their own property management association, whose mission is:
To better meet the needs of our clients and the Smart City’s residents, the precincts will be broken down into block property management associations. This division will allow Moka to develop through a decision making process which tackles specific issues throughout the individual blocks of the Smart City. The Land Association will be responsible for:
Each Property Association will be run by an Administrator elected by the General Assembly
The Administrator’s mission is as follows:
The Administrator will be supported by a committee. Composed of 3 to 11 members per association, the committee will assist and give directives to the Administrator and will act as go-betweens among the members of each association. Also elected by the General Assembly, the member committee plays a crucial role in applying good governance principles of the property management association.
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