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Sale Of A Property From A Deceased Person's Estate

Category Legal Thought of the Week

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)

Category Legal Thought of the Week

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?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

If a body corporate member suffers a financial loss

What You Should Know About Trusts

Category Legal Thought of the Week

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

Swimming Pool Safety

Category Legal Thought of the Week

In terms of SANS 10400-D the following requirements must be met for swimming pools and swimming baths

Transfer Duty And Divorce

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Where a divorce settlement agreement provides that a spouse will acquire sole ownership

Speed Limitations In Homeowners' Estates: It's A Contract & Enforceable

Category Legal Thought of the Week

The thorny issue whether a homeowners' association may validly impose speed restrictions in respect of roads in the estate.

Special Levy Liability: For The Seller Or Purchaser?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Before the coming into operation of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act (STSMA) in 2016, many practitioners were uncertain who carried liability for pay

Must A Right Of First Refusal (Pre-Emptive Right) In Respect Of Land Really Be In Writing?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Yes and no. For long, and because of sound policy considerations, our law ruled that preemptive rights relating to the sale of immovable property must be in wr

Is Alterations To An Offer To Purchase A Property A Counter-Offer & When Is It Enforceable?

Category Legal Thought of the Week

Our law requires that there must be consensus regarding all material terms for a valid agreement to come into effect when a property sales agreement is being ne

 
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