UK: The Conveyancing Association (CA), has published a revised version of its Cyberfraud and Fraud Protocol.
Lexis® Tracker meets the need for a secure, online, real-time, automated, matter reporting and messaging platform for conveyancers to keep their clients updated.
This week: Fewer buyers, but banks grant more home loans; Residential property affordability; and planned residential building activity showing strong growth.
Small firms can now access South Africa’s most comprehensive online legal content - Lexis® Library - and only pay for the time they use.
Jack Crook explains why "co-ownership is the mother of disputes", suggests a potential solution and gives a checklist to avoid costly disputes arising.
This week: Dual representation by conveyancers is off the table; and the UK Government has published a summary of responses to last year’s Call for Evidence.
This week: Average house price growth surprises to the downside; Pretoria to promote inner-city high-rises; and low credit and mortgage growth.
The newsletter includes: Authorising use change in sectional title; guidelines for choosing a managing agent; why is the audit a problem in sectional title schemes?
This week: Repossessed property owners dealt a blow; flat rentals outperform inflation; and Notyesi and Barnard elected co-chairpersons to lead Law Society.