09 January 2020Interested persons have been invited to submit written submissions on the draft Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill - expropriation without compensation - by the end of January.
09 January 2020The issue includes: The importance of immediately going to the CSOS; arbitration as an internal dispute resolution mechanism; and appointing temporary ST trustees.
09 January 2020This week: Fidelity Fund Certificates have been issued to all legally compliant estate agents; the rise of Lawtech; and how to charge what you’re worth and get it.
16 January 2020Daan Steenkamp applauds and discusses aspects and concerns he has with the termination of DeedsView and its replacement with DeedsWeb.
16 January 2020Jack Crook discusses a number of general concepts to take in to account when dealing with financial planning and the tax implications of rental income.
16 January 2020This week: What the development charges bill could mean for property industry; muted house price growth in 2019; and EAAB Professional designation examination enrolment now open.
23 January 2020Alina Starosta proposes a solution to a loophole in the joint administration of estates by spouses married In Community of Property when immovable property is bought with a mortgage.
23 January 2020Leading up to the 2020 Legal Innovation & Tech Fest, Eventful People and Africa Legal has released a report about using technology-backed innovations to deliver legal services.
23 January 2020This week: Ongoing gradual real commercial property decline; how digitization will change conveyancing; Mini budget key to property market’s growth; and the rise of electronic transactions.
30 January 2020The draft Municipal Fiscal Powers and Functions Amendment Bill which aims to establish a fair and consistent basis for recovering development charges has been published for public comment.