Jack Crook gives some useful tips about the costs, processes and legal aspects about buying a home.
This week: More building plans approved, but construction has contracted; signing commercial leases; and Communicare puts roofs over heads.
Tim Pearce argues in the August De Rebus that it is time to put a 'Stop' sign to the growing misconception that all roads in private gated communities are public roads.
This week: Save up to 50% on selected LexisNexis® legal publications; bond numbers indicate banks still bullish on property; and accessing a mortgage bond.
John Christie discusses S 87 and S 88 of the DRA as distinct to S 21 of the MPA when applying for the registration or execution and registration of an ANC.
The newsletter includes: Dealing with a significant expense that no one anticipated; which forms to use and when; and budgeting for the education and training of trustees.
Trustees of bodies corporate should, before applying for a defaulting owner’s sequestration, make sure that there is no danger of a contribution. Jack Crook reports.
This week: Delays in transfer duty receipts; a guide to diplomatic neighbourhood disputes; and UK conveyancers will have to publish prices.
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.