Lexis®WinDeed gives the conveyancing industry a competitive edge, resulting in higher output and faster turnaround times in the processing of property sales and registrations.
Graeme Palmer discusses the tax treatment of lease premiums in the light of a recently released draft interpretation note by SARS.
This week: ‘On-Demand’ expectation from consumers challenges the property industry; Treasury hastens title deed handover to poor homes; and building statistics.
Dudley Lee suggests that the rule about the signing of a power of attorney by a person who cannot write requiring a commissioner of oaths' confirmation is wrong.
This week: SAPOA raises concerns over land expropriation; online agents will have to employ sales progression teams; and look out for restrictions on your property.
Freddie Terblanche discusses the issue of whether a landlord can charge rent for commercial property that is being leased without an occupancy certificate.
Former Public Protector Prof Thuli Madonsela and Judge John Hlophe, the Judge President of the High Court, will be the keynote speakers at SA's first Social Justice Conference.
This week: Deeds office strike a disaster for KZN economy; seven questions about expropriating land without compensation; and credit and mortgage advances.
The Black Conveyancers Association Training Academy with LexisNexis® and Juta will be starting a conveyancing course for secretaries and paralegals in March.