Audrey Gwangwa considers whether it is a fact or a fallacy that the South African deeds registration system, one of the best in the world, still guarantees security of title.
John Christie offers further insights and reminds practitioners that applications to Court also have to comply with the provisions of section 56 of the Sectional Titles Act.
Allen West clarifies the practice around the necessity for a lodgement of a consent by the City of Tshwane for the registration of a certificate of consolidated title.
Audrey Gwangwa gives a practical guide to practitioners for postnuptial notarial contracts executed in terms of section 88 of the Deeds Registries Act 47 of 1937.
Audrey Gwangwa emphasises that practitioners must be aware that applications to Court have to comply with the provisions of Section 97 of the Deeds Registries Act.
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.
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.
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).
Allen West suggests a solution to problems which arise when Deeds Offices insist on a registration certificate or order of court to prove the validity of a customary marriage.