Jack Crook discusses a recent High Court decision which illustrates one of the very restricted circumstances in which you may be able to escape from a suretyship you signed yourself into.
Australia: PEXA will fill gaps in its security controls that have been exploited by hackers to fleece millions of dollars from home sale transactions.
This week: A SARS Transfer Duty Declaration Amendment; township micro-developers thrive in affordable market; and property market sentiment continues to dip.
An important note from the Lexis®RatesClearance team regarding the City of Cape Town's change to the validity period of Rates Clearance Certificates.
The newsletter includes: Withholding your levy payments; self-paced UCT short courses; and the chairman - King or just another knight?
This week: The effect of Airbnb on the rental market; what you need to know about electricity and insurance; and is one-click conveyancing but a dream?
This week: African legislation at your fingertips; have Cape Town property prices hit a ceiling; and when does prescription start to run against SARS?
Jack Crook gives insights and explains your rights in terms of the lease itself and under the Consumer Protection Act as to what happens if you cancel your lease early.
Rosanne Kinder discusses Makone v Tassos in which the Constitutional Court held that a lessees pre-emptive rights continue when a contract is extended on expiry.