General

Invitation to comment

09 January 2020

Interested persons have been invited to submit written submissions on the draft Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill - expropriation without compensation - by the end of January.

DeedsView and DeedsWeb

16 January 2020

Daan Steenkamp applauds and discusses aspects and concerns he has with the termination of DeedsView and its replacement with DeedsWeb.

Rental income and tax

16 January 2020

Jack Crook discusses a number of general concepts to take in to account when dealing with financial planning and the tax implications of rental income.

A loophole

23 January 2020

Alina 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.

Municipal Fiscal Powers and Functions

30 January 2020

The 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.

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.

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.

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.

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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