Mark Heyink argues that the small step of replacing a paper document with an electronic one and a pen signature with an electronic one is indeed a Giant Leap for conveyancing.
Dudley Lee has a difference of opinion about owners extending their sections when buying common property under Section 24 of the Sectional Titles Act.
Cher Chapple underscores the point that the issuing of electronic rates clearance certificates is a lot faster than paper based systems.
This week: The future of real estate is here ... at the Rode-Reim Real Estate Conference; SA houses are valued at R5.3 trillion; and embracing proptech is the future for conveyancers.
The newsletter includes: What you need to know about replacement trustees; unpacking the requirements for special resolutions; and can trustees be paid?
This week: e-Conveyancing could cause delays; time to disrupt the real estate status quo; and Residential property indices.
In an historic development for the conveyancing processes, the South African Deeds Office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer.
Lexis® RatesClearance is a trusted, secure and quicker all-in-one rates clearance management system used by more than 67 councils countrywide.
This week: Cape Town rentals becoming more affordable; V BRICS Legal Forum 2018; Credit and mortgage advances; and don't let relatives keep you on a string.