It is with deep shock and sadness that the Law Society of South Africa announces the untimely death of its Chief Executive Officer and Director of LEAD, Nic Swart.
A note from Wiseman Bhuqa, editor of the South African Deeds Journal (SADJ) about a change to its distribution strategy and plans to publish it as an online publication.
Cilna Steyn will be presenting LSSA (LEAD) seminars on how to simplify the eviction process and other aspects of general landlord-tenant dispute resolution.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has tabled a generally favourable budget for property, by raising the Transfer duty threshold from R750 000 to R900 000.
The deadline for LEAD's Conveyancing and Notarial Courses for 2017 is tomorrow - the 20th of January.
The LSSA is opposing an application to the High Court: Gauteng Division by Proxi Smart for their wanting to render certain conveyancing-related services.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has tabled what is seen as a generally favourable budget for property, with a new band of Transfer duty and an increases in CGT.
Final reminder: 22 January is the last day for women lawyers to register for the first Women Leading in Law (WOLELA) leadership sessions for 2016.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has raised the transfer duty threshold to R750 000, decreased the rate for properties under R2.25 million, and raised it for those above.