25 February 2003A short, useful discussion of contaminated land - given the growing awareness of environmental liability.
25 February 2003The South African Revenue Services (SARS) has, with the Revenue Laws Amendment Act, No. 74 of 2002, tightened a popular loophole. Owners are no longer allowed to put residential properties into trusts, companies and close corporations, thereby avoiding paying transfer duty on the value of the property.
25 February 2003A discussion of submissions made by the Property Law Committee of the Law Society of South Africa that specifically concern conveyancers.
25 February 2003Could be because you have a jerky, dirty mouse.
25 February 2003Giving an overview of title insurance, this article looks at the types of policies that can be taken out in the United States.
25 February 2003The author examines the confusion about the nature and status of certain exclusive use areas, the terminology used and how they are dealt with in the sectional title environment.
25 February 2003In the articles that follow over the years ahead, we wish to create a forum for debating the future of electronic conveyancing or e-conveyancing in South Africa. The problems raised by e-conveyancing are myriad and complex.
25 February 2003Gangsters, racketeers, shady characters and drug lords will find it increasingly difficult to engage in money laundering as the provisions of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (FICA) 38 of 2001 come into operation this year.
25 February 2003This is the first in a series of articles in which I will investigate the state of electronic conveyancing in England. This article serves as a starting point; it will outline the problems faced and the solutions proposed.
25 February 2003Homenet, South Africa's biggest estate agent group has entered into a mortgage origination agreement with Bond Choice, a mortgage originator.