The South African Council for Valuers was established on 1 January 1983 by section 2 of the Valuers’ Act, 1982 (Act No. 23 of 1982). On 31 August 2001, the Council was replaced by the SA Council for the Property Valuers Profession established by section 2 of The Property Valuers Profession Act, 2000.
The Council’s main functions are the:
registration of Professional Valuers, Professional Associated Valuers and Candidate Valuers.; maintenance of their integrity; enhancement of their status; improvement of their academic and other qualifications and of the standard of services rendered by them; protection of members of the public in their dealings with registered persons; and drawing up and keeping up to date of a register of all registered persons
Unit trusts consist of underlying securities which have been apportioned to unitholders in a trust fund. The underlying securities are managed by a unit trust management company on behalf of all the investors who share ownership of the pool of assets (the fund). The pool of assets can consist of listed shares, listed interest-bearing stocks and cash. Most unit trusts are open-ended trusts where the number of units fluctuates depending on the demand ...