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Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 1 year ago January 10, 2023

Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 1 year ago January 4, 2023

Author: Ulfah Fish
A shortfall occurs when a liability exceeds the amount of cash you have available to settle that liability.
Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 2 years ago December 22, 2022

Author: Moagi Raito
No building may be erected without the required designs being submitted to and approved by the local authority, according to the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act, 103 of 1977.
Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 2 years ago December 19, 2022

Author: Moagi Raito
We will discuss what an Exclusive Use Area (EUA) is, the different types of EUAs, and their legal status in this post. Furthermore, users of EUAs are frequently unaware of their obligations surrounding EUAs.
Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 2 years ago December 14, 2022

Author: Moagi Raito
Canceling a bond is a necessary step in most property transfers, even though it might be intimidating the first time you do it.
Conveyancing, Property Law & Litigation

Published 2 years ago December 12, 2022

Author: Moagi Raito
Even though inheriting a property is a financial boost to anyone’s estate, receiving a property as an inheritance can be quite complicated, making it difficult to manage while grieving a loss of a loved one.