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10. Erection of Buildings in Certain Circumstances Subject to Prohibition or Conditions

1. If any building or earthwork -


(a) in the opinion of the local authority in question is being or is to be erected in such manner that it -


(i) will not be in the interest of good health or hygiene;


(ii) will be unsightly or objectionable;


(iii) will probably or in fact be a nuisance to the occupiers of adjoining or neighbouring properties;


(iv) will probably or in fact derogate from the value of adjoining or neighbouring properties;


(b) is being or is to be erected on a site which is subject to flooding or on a site which or any portion of which in the opinion of the local authority in question does not drain properly or is filled up or covered with refuse or material impregnated with matter liable to decomposition,


such local authority may by notice in writing, served by post or delivered, prohibit the person erecting such building or earthwork or causing such building or earthwork to be erected from commencing or proceeding with the erection thereof or from so commencing or proceeding except on such conditions as such local authority may determine from time to time.


2. Any person who fails to comply with any provision of a notice or condition referred to in subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding R100 for each day on which he so failed.


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