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Registrar's Circulars New

Chief Registrar's Circular 09/2016

Chief Registrar's Circular No 9 of 2016: Termination of the collective investment scheme administered by Blue Bond Investments (Bonds registered prior to 1 May 2002).

Registrar's Circulars New

Chief Registrar's Circular 10/2016

Chief Registrar's Circular No 10 of 2016: Termination of the collective investment scheme administered by Blue Bond Investments (Bonds registered after 1 March 2004).

General New

Critical appraisal of CRC 7 of 1994

Thabo Nqhome submits that without legislative amendments to the Interim and 1996 Constitutions, paragraphs 4 and 6 of CRC 7/1994 ought to be withdrawn.

Property24 New

Property 24/10 - 313

This week on Property24.com: Multiple AGM proxies can favour a single owner; new affordable special home loans; and home inspections are a vital 'defect check-up'.

Web Bytes New

Web Bytes - 589

This week: Residential building activity under pressure; how delays on the market lose you money; and whether it is better to buy or to lease your commercial property.

General

Arun

An analysis of Arun Property which considers the nature of the expropriation classification and the resultant ramifications for a valid deprivation of property.

Registrar's Circulars

Chief Registrar's Circular 08/2016

Chief Registrar’s Circular No 8 of 2016: Change of name of First National Bank Holdings Limited and conversion from a public company into a private company.

e-Conveyancing

e-Conveyancing takes off

Australia - South Australian conveyancers, solicitors, and lenders can now completely digitally exchange property via e-Conveyancing in what is a digital transformation.

Property24

Property 24/10 - 312

This week Property24.com: Illegal commercial property advertising boards; Cape Town show house board permit renewals are due; and property value vs marketability.

Web Bytes

Web Bytes - 588

This week: 'Silent expropriation' practices in sectional title properties; rise of the millennials: a property revolution; and the household sector is more cautious.