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Seller claims mora interest for delays caused by Buyer

When a party fails to do something they are supposed to do as per the sales agreement then the transfer of property could be delayed.

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Who gets parental rights and responsibilities for the child?

It is possible for more than one person to have parental rights and responsibilities, even if the person is not a biological relation of the child. 

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Statutory exemption against the PDE implemented

Expanded criterion for the grant of the statutory exemption against the Professional Designation Examination implemented.

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BEE-compliance and the property sector

Being able to understand BEE compliance and the 2017 Property Sector Code is very important for estate agents, franchisees and franchisors. 

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A divorce case relating to the forfeiture of assets

In the case of one couple who were married in community of property, the wife (plaintiff) filed a claim for forfeiture of her husband’s (defendant) patrimonial benefits in terms of section 9(1) of the Divorce Act. 

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Fire Protection - Can a special levy be raised to cover costs?

In the case of one complex, a newly appointed managing agent found out that there weren’t any fire hoses or fire hydrants located in the complex. 

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Divorce and the forfeiture of assets

In the past, if your were responsible for a marriage being wrecked then you could not benefit financially from it and your partner would, therefore be granted a forfeiture order. 

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Marriage contracts and implications for estate planning

In this article we will be discussing estate planning and how it relates to the 3 main types of marriage.

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The setting aside of proof of income for granting credit

The ruling held that a proof of income won’t be needed by consumers in order to apply for credit.

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No fire protection equipment in Sectional Title Scheme

A sectional title complex on the South Coast was faced with a serious problem relating to fire protection during power outages.

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