23 September 2020This week: Conveyancing firm taken for R500K through e-mail hack; 'Zoom boom' highlights weakened office property sector; Land Bank lands first tranche of its injection; and recover for the future not the past.
01 October 2020Graham Paddock argues that the decision in Kingshaven Homeowners's Association in which it was held that an HOA cannot stop an owner from parking in breach of the scheme’s conduct rules, is incorrect.
01 October 2020An owners application in terms of the CSOS Act that the respondent pays the costs of repairs to damage caused to her unit during renovations by the unlawful use of certain tools/machinery, succeeds.
01 October 2020This week: Homeowners believe property can help them weather social and economic uncertainty; Virus led to rapid take-up of e-conveyancing in Australia; and Consolidated Directive of Gauteng High Court Operations.
08 October 2020In the first of a two part series, Graham Paddock gives a comprehensive analysis of the four types of body corporate rules, and covers inter alia their nature, differences, requirements, binding nature, importance, and creation.
08 October 2020The Minister for Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development intends introducing the Sectional Titles Amendment Bill, 2020 in the National Assembly during the fourth quarter of 2020.
08 October 2020This week: Does the conveyancing industry have to consider digital assets, to FLISP or not to FLISP, and how to FICA yourself.
15 October 2020With the growth in home businesses Jack Crook considers what the law has to say about them, whether you can move your business into your home, or set up a home office and whether neighbours have a right to object?
15 October 2020In the second of a two part series, Graham Paddock gives a comprehensive analysis of the distinction between rules and title deed conditions; rules and laws of general application; and short-term letting rules.
15 October 2020This week: Inclusion of LPC numbers in deeds and documents - Pretoria; Advice for conveyancers about hosting online meetings; and the Expropriation Bill has been submitted to Parliament