The advantages of automated systems: Innovation and technology go hand-in-hand where the faster, holistic, and more self-sufficient solution is constantly being sought.
This week: Land scarcity leading to smaller housing; selecting a commercial property asset type; banks to face a R60 billion class action suit; and digital disruptors.
The KwaZulu-Natal Law Society has issued an urgent warning to all conveyancers about a series of fraudulent transactions involving the registration of provincial land.
It is with deep shock and sadness that the Law Society of South Africa announces the untimely death of its Chief Executive Officer and Director of LEAD, Nic Swart.
Audrey Gwangwa discusses the practical ramifications in applying section 88 of the Deeds Registries Act vis-a-vis section 21 of the Matrimonial Property Act.
This week: SA's best performing rental suburbs; in the US buying streets is a centuries old trend; and is your data safe in the cloud?
Allen West suggests that recent case law has put to rest the thorny issue around deviating from section 25(2)(a) and (b) plans when exercising a real right of extension.
This week: Absa homeloan sentiment index; the NHBRC faces criticism; and home loan repayments are showing homeowner financial strain in the first half of 2017.
Conveyancers must be aware of incidents involving fraudulent spam emails purporting to come from WinDeed (an Offer to Purchase and a Deeds Office document copy).