The Black Conveyancers Association Training Academy with LexisNexis® and Juta will be starting a conveyancing course for secretaries and paralegals in March.
Jack Crook highlights problems when contracting with trusts as standard sale agreements don’t always provide adequately for their own specific set of rules.
Marlon Shevelew writes about the Cape Town water crisis and how landlords and tenants need to work together and keep an open-minded approach to resolving water issues.
Does the law require that at the point of transfer, the land must be physically defined, if one considers that between 50% to 60% of the beacons that define property are missing?
Allen West's overview of the recent Registrars' Conference Resolutions and what you need to know to lodge deeds and documents in 2018 - a MUST for conveyancers.
As the year approaches its inexorable end, we cast our eyes over a number of the most newsworthy conveyancing articles and stories which we published in 2017.
Jack Crook gives three tips to help you achieve a smooth and hassle-free transfer if you are buying or selling property this festive season (or any other time for that matter).
Deeds Office Cape Town Year End Arrangements: December 2017 to January 2018 - A schedule setting out changes to the normal operations in the various sections.
An answer to the question about the case of a seller selling his home for a price reflected as a crypto or as a foreign currency.