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What Buyers Need To Know When Buying Property On A Non-Distressed Auction

An auction is generally described as a public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder

Which Fixture & Fittings Are Included In A Property Sale Agreement?

While sellers and purchasers sometimes take time to accurately list the items that are excluded or included when a property sale agreement is concluded

Body Corporates Cannot Ban An Estate Agent From Entering A Sectional Title Development During Level3

It is common practice for a property owner or investor to appoint an estate agent to either list and sell his or her unit or to manage the rental thereof

Estate Agents Can Claim Commission When The EAAB Does Not Timeously Issue Their FFC's

We all know that estate agents cannot lawfully trade and cannot claim commission if they do not hold a valid Fidelity Fund Certificate (FFC)

During The Lockdown - Can One Sign A Sale Agreement Of Land Electronically?

In times often described as the "digital era" and with present quarantine measures making signing of contracts

Plans Approved And Added Municipal Requirements

Once building plans have been approved by your local municipality and you have completed the renovation

Sale Of A Property From A Deceased Person's Estate

It is not uncommon for an estate agent to be involved in the marketing of a property which is an asset in a deceased person's estate

The Amendment To The Property Clause - Expropriation Without Compensation (EWC)

The change to section 25, often called 'the property clause', is to state - explicitly - that a court may determine that no compensation is payable in instances

Who Is Responsible For Financial Losses - Trustees Or Managing Agent?

If a body corporate member suffers a financial loss

What You Should Know About Trusts

A trust is an excellent vehicle for the protecting or holding of an asset or assets
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