Question: what factors need to be considered in a sale where a seller sells his home for a purchase price reflected in the agreement as a crypto or a foreign currency?
Daniël van Zyl discusses Section 21 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 which allows for a prospective buyer to act as an agent for a company yet to be formed, when signing.
Allen West considers the question of whether it is appropriate for an agent to appear before a Notary Public to execute notarial attested documents.
A question involving a CC seller with a member who signed the Offer to Purchase without a resolution, a defauting buyer, who paid a small deposit, and an estate agent.
An article from some time ago by Barry Jacoby delves further into the question posed last week in Wasted costs question.
A question about liability for wasted conveyancing costs payable to the conveyancer where a transaction is cancelled due to the non-performance by the seller.
Noëlene van der Wal wants clarity on the following question: "Who has to pay for the levy clearance certificate and who has to pay for the rates clearance certificate?".
Audrey Gwangwa considers whether it is a fact or a fallacy that the South African deeds registration system, one of the best in the world, still guarantees security of title.
John Christie offers further insights and reminds practitioners that applications to Court also have to comply with the provisions of section 56 of the Sectional Titles Act.