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Debt review works on a timeline that guides consumers, credit providers and attorneys as well as debt counsellors. However, when the 21-day lockdown was announced, the question arose as to whether the days spent in lockdown will count as normal working days or not?
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Our courts have certain requirements with regards to debt collection in South Africa. These can be broken down into different stages. In this article our attorneys explain the nine stages for you.
COVID-19 has wreaked immense havoc on our country, leaving behind an economic wasteland that no business – small enterprise or big corporation – is immune to. Is business rescue an option?
COVID19 has presented us with many issues we have never faced and therefore it’s understandable that there are many misconceptions regarding what is legal and what is not. Unfortunately, these misconceptions have led to many making false legal claims.
Although South Africa breathed a collective sigh of relief as President Ramaphosa announced the start of lockdown level three as of the 1st of June, it’s no doubt that COVID-19 has had a severe impact of the market value of property in South Africa.
Although cutting your tenant’s electricity or changing their locks may seem like a good idea at the time, it is in fact a bad idea and automatically puts you, as a landlord, in the wrong.
The pandemic has caused much confusion among landlords and tenants alike. For this reason, we have put together a list of answers to some of the questions that most landlords have been asking.
It should not be the choice of either the public health or the state of the economy. It is a necessity to safeguard both. Fabricius J
It is imperative that preservation of the economy is of major importance in South Africa's COVID-19 strategy.
The property market after lockdown in South Africa will most likely look vastly different with discussion around re-engineering the entire property transaction process.
This article explains how to recover outstanding levies in South Africa and the legal process that must be followed to do so effectively. It’s of utmost importance that this legal process is followed correctly in order for the collection of outstanding levies to be successful.
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