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Pretoria Registrar's Circulars 4-5/2018

14 June 2018

Pretoria Registrar's Circular Nos. 4 and 5 2018: Dealing with diagrams of servitudes; and with the Municipal planning by-law spreadsheet respectively.

Conveyancing Tables - July 2018

28 June 2018

The Conveyancing Tables have been updated to reflect the recent changes to Deeds Office Fees which come into effect on the 01 July 2018.

KZN Apportionment of fees - 2018

28 June 2018

Recommended apportionment of fees between practitioners in KwaZulu-Natal for conveyancing and notarial practice for instructions received on or after 1 July 2018.

National Building Review Board

19 July 2018

All zoning decisions lie within the competence of the municipality, therefore building plan approvals are not reviewable by the National Building Regulations Review Board.

Practitioner's Guide 2018

19 July 2018

The Practitioner's Guide to Conveyancing and Notarial Practice by Allen West is now available as an eBook and in an Online format in addition to the print version.

Chief Registrar's Circular 05/2018

08 August 2018

Chief Registrar’s Circular No. 5 of 2018: Commencement of the amended Regulations to the Sectional Titles Act 95 of 1986.

Pta Registrar's Circulars 06-07/2018

30 August 2018

Pretoria Registrar's Circular Nos. 6 and 7 of 2018: To provide guidance for dealing with incorrect lodgement covers and Roman linking of batches of deeds respectively.

Transfer and Bond Costs July 2018

20 September 2018

A valuable guide which contains tables that are compiled in accordance with the national guidelines recommended by the Law Society of South Africa.

The SA Legal Practitioner - 2nd Ed

25 October 2018

Chapters have been updated to reflect the salient features of the Regulations and Rules and a new chapter by Lizelle Kilbourn has been added for conveyancers and notaries.

Mounthaven (Pty) Ltd - II

01 November 2018

eThekwini Municipality v Mounthaven (Pty) Ltd: Registering a re-transfer clause in a deed of transfer at the deeds registry does not change the fact that it remains a personal right.
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