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Van Deventers Newsletter - September 2017

Posted On: Wednesday, September 27, 2017

This week's best articles, alongside short snippets of miscellaneous interestingness that you won't want to miss out on.

Dear Reader,

We are delighted to introduce this first edition of the van Deventer & van Deventer Incorporated's newsletter.

In this and future editions, we shall be reporting on various developments in the property industry, new developments in the legislative field on national, provincial and local government level, reportable judgements that have been handed down by our judiciary.

We also want to share information, news and insights that will be relevant and of interest to you, our client. Van Deventer & Van Deventer is a firm headed by two brothers that have been involved in the legal industry since 2000.

We believe in excellent service delivery and see our clients as our most important asset in our business. We really enjoy working closely with all our business partners and clients alike and find that this creates a great working atmosphere.

We would also welcome suggestions for any future topics from our readers and these suggestions can be forwarded to [email protected]

Check out our new articles below:

Be careful when dealing with Trusts

Be careful when dealing with Trusts!

Business dealings with Trusts are most likely to occur when immovable property is sold or purchased by the Trust.

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Your vacant garden plot and municipal property rates

How property rates and other services are charged on erven that do not have residential structures but which still form part of a person’s residential property.

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Be careful when dealing with Trusts

Property Investment Companies in South Africa

It comes to your attention that the selling entity has been de-registered with the Companies and Intellectual Properties commission or CIPC. Purchasing from a de-registered entity may bring serious delays and complications to the transaction.

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