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Housing Consumer Protection Bill

Category Buying and Selling Property

A Bill, replacing the Housing Consumer Protection Measures Act 95 of 1998 (the Act), was published for comment

What You Need To Know About A Suspensive Condition In A Property Sales Agreement

Category Buying and Selling Property

It is true that a suspensive condition or condition precedent (same thing) can appear quite daunting and legalistic to understand

The Correct Valuation Of The Property For Sale Is In Buyer's Market Of Critical Importance

Category Buying and Selling Property

With the current trend in the residential property market favouring buyers over sellers

Property Sale Agreement - What You Need To Know About The 72 Hour Clauses

Category Buying and Selling Property

In most, if not all, Offers to Purchase and signed Deeds of Sale, a 72-hour escape clause, or continued marketing waiver or clause, will be found

Property Transfers And Trust Account Theft: A R720 000 Warning

Category Buying and Selling Property

"The issue of whether a conveyancing attorney receives the money as the agent of the seller, or of the purchaser, or of both, or as trustee for both

What Are Your Estate Agent's Responsibilities In Terms Of The EAAB's Code Of Conduct?

Category Buying and Selling Property

Estate agents have according to the Code of Conduct a general duty to protect the public's interest.

New FICA Rules - Changing The Way Estate Agents Have To Apply FICA Legislation

Category Buying and Selling Property

Amendments to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act came into effect in October 2017.

Understanding The Types Of Estate Agent Mandates And Their Respective Terms

Category Buying and Selling Property

One of the most important purposes of signing an estate agent mandate is to create a binding agreement between the estate agent and the seller

Buyers & Sellers Beware - Fraud Is a Growing Threat In SA Real Estate Market

Category Buying and Selling Property

Buying and selling property is both a complex and daunting process with a number of potential pitfalls which could compromise a sale. The rapid increase of con

Can Trustees Be Held Personally Liable In Property Sales?

Category Buying and Selling Property

It is very important for anyone selling or buying property to/from a trust to have your lawyer check upfront that you are adequately protected by the terms of t

 
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