Are you building a law firm which will benefit from the future - asks Emmie de Kock in a wide ranging article in De Rebus?
The newsletter includes: Insuring owner-installed upgrades; management by a single executive agent; and the use of drones in ST schemes.
This week: Bond approval statistics on the rise; City of Cape Town House Price Indices; and why does conveyancing take SO long?
Lexis® Tracker meets the need for a secure, online, real-time, automated, matter reporting and messaging platform for conveyancers to keep their clients updated.
This week: Loophole closes for sectional title levy defaulters; increased lending positive for property market; and property market’s slow start in 2018 could be misleading.
Jack Crook discusses the advantages for landlords and tenants in using the Rental Housing Tribunal to settle their residential housing disputes.
This week: increasingly sophisticated fraud; subdued household credit and mortgage growth; and could parking lots become obsolete?
Which is why they are used, but as Jack Crook explains, their marketing magic fails when conveyancers make too many mistakes in their client newsletters.
The newsletter includes: Eleven actions trustees can approve in sectional title; electing a home owners’ association director; and the CSOS and disputes.