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Conveyancing & Property Law

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PDFBody Corporate Guide to Taking Special ResolutionsConveyancing & Property LawRequirements of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act
PDFBond Cancellation Penalty InterestConveyancing & Property LawNormall;y 3 month's notice is required to cancel a bond
PDFCode of ConductConveyancing & Property LawEstate Agent Handbook
PDFCommon Pitfalls in the Offer to PurchaseConveyancing & Property LawContractual capacity relates to an individual, company, close corporation or trusts legal ability to enter into an agreement.
PDFConsumer Guide to Buying a HomeConveyancing & Property LawBuying a home is probably the largest investment decision most consumers will ever make, yet they often take less time when doing so than they would when, say, buying a new car.
PDFCost TablesConveyancing & Property LawMortgage Bond & Transfer Cost Tables
PDFFAQ - Estate Agents HandbookConveyancing & Property LawEstate Agents Handbook
PDFFICAConveyancing & Property LawWhat is the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act?
PDFFICA ChecklistConveyancing & Property LawThe FICA verification checklist for clients buying property
PDFFLISPConveyancing & Property LawFinance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme
PDFGuide to the Conveyancing ProcessConveyancing & Property LawBond Registration, Transfer and Bond Cancellation
PDFImmovable Property Sales & Deceased EstatesConveyancing & Property LawEstate Agents are often approached to sell immovable property which forms part of a deceased estate.
PDFMandatory Defect DisclosureConveyancing & Property LawMandatory Property Defect Disclosure Form
PDFPrevention of Illegal Eviction ActConveyancing & Property LawPIE Act
PDFProperty Checklist for Estate AgentsConveyancing & Property LawA great checklist with the main aspects required.
PDFQuick Conveyancing GuideConveyancing & Property LawGet an Understanding of Conveyancing
PDFSectional Titles Schemes Management RegulationsConveyancing & Property LawSectional Titles Schemes Management Act, 2011 (Act No 8 Of 2011)
PDFTransfer processConveyancing & Property LawInfographic

Estates, Trusts & Wills

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PDFInter Vivos TrustEstates, Trusts & WillsDrafting Request
PDFDrafting a WillEstates, Trusts & WillsInformation required to draft a will

Marriage & Matrimonial Property

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PDFAntenuptial ContractsMarriage & Matrimonial PropertyMarriage contract Information sheet and an easy form to complete
PDFMatrimonial Property ActMarriage & Matrimonial PropertyMatrimonial Property Act 88 of 1984

Legal Services

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PDFSecurity Certificates - CybercrimeLegal ServicesThere has been an increase in reports of email hacking scams involving the theft of money intended to be paid as the purchase price of property, transfer costs and fees.

Notary Public & Notarial Services

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PDFDocument Legalisation - Quote RequestNotarial ServicesParticulars of documents to be legalised

Civil Litigation & Debt Collection

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PDFLegal Fees ScheduleFee Schedule for Debt Collections and Civil Litgation
Customary Marriage – Changing the Default Matrimonial Property System

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Customary marriages in South Africa are regulated under the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act 120 of 1998 (RCMA). The RCMA provides that for a customary marriage to be deemed as legally valid and binding, the requirements provided in Section 3 must be complied with.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, March 29, 2021 Views: 47

What You Need to Know About Liquidation in South Africa

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While the business rescue procedure is aimed at rehabilitating financially distressed companies so that they can return to solvency, liquidation is aimed at winding the company upon realisation that the situation is so dire, and liquidation is the only option left.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 Views: 37

The Legal Process of Adopting a Child in South Africa

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Adopting a child is a regulated process in most if not all jurisdictions over the world. In South Africa it is regulated under the Children’s Act 38 of 2005. The reasons for such regulation are as diverse as the reasons to adopt themselves, but the core of the matter is that as important as the offer to provide a home for children without a supportive home.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Friday, March 19, 2021 Views: 52

The Effect of Insolvency on the Estates of Spouses

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Where one of the spouses in a marriage becomes sequestrated, the system that governs their matrimonial property is important in the determination of consequences on the estate of the other spouse.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Views: 24

The Difference Between Liquidation and Business Rescue

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Liquidation is whereby a debtor entity, after the realisation that its liabilities exceed assets (factual insolvency) or inability to settle the liabilities as and when they become due and payable (commercial insolvency) is wound up.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, March 15, 2021 Views: 27