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Timing In Agreements: Year-End Always Creates Delays In Property Transfers

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As we approach the festive season, remember to pay close attention to the dates inserted in agreements for the sale or purchase of immovable property.

What You Should Know When A Trust Is Party To A Sale Agreement

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The ABC Family Trust sells a sectional title unit to X.

Electronic Signatures and Deeds Registration

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Recently the first ever property transfer transaction was registered in a deeds office in South Africa where the seller’s Power of Attorney to Pass Transfer was

Amendments To Water By-law For Cape Town

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Towards the end of June this year, the City of Cape Town promulgated amendments to its Water By-law.

Co-owning A Property And The Bond

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Whether for financial or other reasons, people often invest in property as co-owners, whereby each owns an undivided share in the property. Many such buyers tak

Duet Houses: What You Need To Know

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The financial and security implications of duet home ownership (a sectional title scheme with two units) are attractive, but many owners mistakenly assume that

Water Crisis: Proposed Water By-Law For The Cape

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The City of Cape Town Water Dashboard reflects positive rising dam levels after the recent rains, but the Cape is still in dire need of much more. Suggested mea

NERSA Withdraws Private Generator Rules

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NERSA withdraws private generator rules The National Energy Regulator yesterday withdrew the draft rules, published in April this year, that sought to introduce

Immovable Property Sold To Settle Debt – Reserve Price Issue

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Amendments to the Rules of both the High Courts and Magistrates’ Courts regarding the sale in execution of immovable property came into effect in December 2017.

Co-Ownership Of Property: What Are The Risks?

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Buying property with someone else often makes financial sense. Examples of co-ownership include partners buying their first home together or friends sharing own

 

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