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What Is Required After Your Building Plans Has Been Approved?

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

What Can The Body Corporate Do To Non-paying Owners In Sectional Title Schemes?

For many of us, our homes are the single most expensive item we purchase in our lifetime

When a Lease Expires And The Tenant Stays On: Can It Be Rebutted?

the Rental Housing Act has certain deemed provisions, impliedly forming part of the agreement between the landlord and tenant

Electronic Signatures, Sale Agreements & Deeds Registration

At the beginning of October, the Electronic Deeds Registration Systems Act was promulgated.

The Tenant's Deposit

In lease agreements relating to residential property, the landlord is obliged by the Rental Housing Act to place the amount received as a lease deposit

Interest On Deposit In Attorney Trust Account

With effect from 1 March 2019, interest earned on moneys invested by your attorney in a designated trust account

Cape Town Property Rates Increase? You Can Object To New Valuations

The current General Valuation Roll, known as GV2018, was certified by the City of Cape Town's Municipal Valuer on 31 January 2019.

Amendment To Deeds Registries Act - Lost Title Deeds & Mortgage Bonds

From 25 February 2019 onwards, if you have lost your title deed and want to apply to replace it, the application must be published in the Government Gazette.

Increase In Domestic Workers' Wages Effective 3 December

The Department of Labour yesterday announced the wage increases for all domestic workers, effective from 3 December 2018, as follows:

Common Property Problems Cause Damage To Section: Can I Claim?

The Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act obliges the body corporate to maintain a scheme's common property. Owners are in turn required to repair and mainta
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