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Judge Orders Seller to Pay Homeowner R400K for Concealing Defects

Molatelo Maloka, who purchased a home that turned out to have a number of defects. Despite the initial excitement of owning her dream home, Molatelo soon realized that the house was in a state of disrepair, including issues such as damp, a strong smell, and paint that was bubbling and cracking.

Approval of Building Plans and Voetstoots Clause in South Africa

The absence of approved building plans is considered a latent defect. Where there is a voetstoots contract in place, it means that the buyer of the property accepts the property as it is at the time of sale.


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