Convey

How late is late?

13 August 2020

Adv Audrey Gwangwa asks whether the legislature intended the period which the court can grant for the registration of an Antenuptial contract in terms of section 87 of the Deeds Registries Act, to be open ended.

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13 August 2020

This week: A lawyers guide to invoicing and payment; a fraudulent email warning from the LPC; overcoming COVID-19 career anxieties; and staying on the right side of COVID-19 Regulations.

Deeds Registries Act Amendment

20 August 2020

Deeds Registries Amendment Regulations, 14 August 2020: Amendments to Regulations 43, 44, and to the substitution of certificates to a number of forms in the Deeds Registries Act.

Cape Town update

20 August 2020

An update from Miltons Matsemela on the Deeds Office extending registration time to ten working days; and why rates accounts still don't reflect an ownership change several months after transfer.

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20 August 2020

This week: New land ownership rights in TBVC areas set to affect developers; home buying activity re-surging, supporting prices; and a South African attorney publishes Microsoft Word for Legal Practitioners.

Sectional Titles Act Amendment

20 August 2020

Sectional Titles Act Amendment Regulations, 14 August 2020: Amendments to Regulations 15, 16A, 16B, and to Annexure 1 (forms and Deed of Transfer) to the Regulations of the Sectional Titles Act.

Paddocks Press - July 2020

27 August 2020

The edition includes: An introduction to how the POPI Act must be understood by and applied to members of community schemes; virtual AGM resolutions; and cancelling a managing agent's contract.

POPI and Community Schemes

27 August 2020

An analysis of the POPI Act in relation to community schemes about how the personal information of owners and/or residents of units or homes in the scheme is collected, stored and managed responsibly.

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27 August 2020

This week: Wills Week 2020 registration open until 31 August; how PropTech and digital advertising are advancing the property industry; finding the right client; and we welcome e-Signatures.

Backlogs causing trouble

03 September 2020

Advice from Miltons for buyers and sellers affected by the City of Cape Town's late transfer of rates accounts to buyers as a result of the Deeds Office having fallen behind on registrations.
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