Jack Crook discusses the advantages for landlords and tenants in using the Rental Housing Tribunal to settle their residential housing disputes.
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.
Jack Crook explains why "co-ownership is the mother of disputes", suggests a potential solution and gives a checklist to avoid costly disputes arising.
Jack Crook emphasises the need for both sellers and buyers (of anything) to understand how the Consumer Protection Act affects the common “voetstoots” (“as is”) clause.
Graeme Palmer discusses the tax treatment of lease premiums in the light of a recently released draft interpretation note by SARS.
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.
Freddie Terblanche discusses the issue of whether a landlord can charge rent for commercial property that is being leased without an occupancy certificate.
The Black Conveyancers Association Training Academy with LexisNexis® and Juta will be starting a conveyancing course for secretaries and paralegals in March.
Rosanne Kinder discusses a recent case which dealt with the question of whether a lessee can withhold rental if it is not given full occupation of the leased premises.