Convey

Paddocks Press - December 2019

30 January 2020

The issue includes: Sectional title owners' duties; whether or not a body corporate can accept a unit from an owner to settle substantial overdue levies; and preparing for a board meeting.

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30 January 2020

This week: Portals to be at the heart of house buying reforms; rentvesting to become a reality in SA property market; and Residential Property Indices for 2019.

2020 Conveyancing webinar

06 February 2020

Conveyancing Update and New Development - Allen West will be holding an online webinar on the 18th and 25th of February for those who missed this year's Conveyancing Seminars.

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06 February 2020

This week: Legal practitioners who unsuccessfully applied for their FFCs before 31 December are urged to re-apply; what conveyancers can teach PropTech; and tips to go off grid.

BCA Conveyancing Course - 2020

13 February 2020

The Black Conveyancers Association Training Academy with LexisNexis® and Juta will be starting a formally lectured conveyancing course for conveyancing secretaries and paralegals in April.

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13 February 2020

This week: The lawyer of the future - UCT [email protected]; the EAAB begins engaging with industry bodies on the Property Practitioners Act; and a cross-border practice rights draft paper.

Expropriation without compensation

20 February 2020

Deon Welz and Robert Krautkrämer seek to place certain issues in perspective, with reference to how the Constitution currently reads, and to the proposed amendments regarding EWC.

Landlord knocking

20 February 2020

Does an expired lease automatically continue month-to-month, and if so, at what rental, and if it is verbal increase? Jack Crook reports on a recent case.

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20 February 2020

This week: Getting to know the new MD at LexisNexis; SONA 2020: Real Estate industry calls for action; and EAAB offers reprieve for estate agents with historical debt.

Budget 2020

27 February 2020

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's 2020 Budget sees slight tax relief for property transfers as the threshold for transfer duty has been increased from R900 000 to R1 000 000.
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