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Do You Have To Sign A Contract With A Black Pen?

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When you sign an contract or agreement with a blue of even red or green pen - does it mean that it can be declared invalid?

New South African Immigration Regulations Creates Problems For Foreign Spouses

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The New South African Immigration Regulations that came into effect on 26 May 2014 have been creating quite a string of problems for foreign spouses attempting

How Divorce affects Immovable Property

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Divorces are already loaded with emotion, hurt and usually frustration. Just to add some extra stress, immovable property that forms part of a joint estate

Approval of Aesthetic Appearance Of Buildings On Estates - Informal Decisions By HOA Not Binding

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Many homeowners associations have strict requirements concerning the aesthetic appearance of buildings on the estate.

What can a tenant do in a complex when barking dogs are a problem?

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There is a misconception that there is no legal relationship between the body corporate and tenants in sectional title schemes.

Body Corporates Can't Penalise Tenant When Owner Dont Pay Levy

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It now seems that body corporates are also getting in on the action and are penalising third-party tenants when owners do not keep up with levy payments.

What you need to know about levy clearance certificates for sectional title units

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The body corporates power to prevent the transfer of a unit if the selling owner owes any money to the body corporate.

Search warrants , must comply with the Criminal Procedure Act.

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Its Friday afternoon and youve just gotten home after a busy week with the prospect of a relaxing weekend ahead. Suddenly theres a loud knock on the door.

Landlord given go ahead to disconnect tenant's electricity by High Court

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Western Cape High Court found in favour of a landlord who was owed a huge amount for electricity by a tenant

Legal Thought for The Week – What to consider before buying a Sectional Title Unit

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A little homework goes a long way when considering the purchase of a sectional title unit

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