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17 September 2020

This week: Strategies to increase your residential conveyancing ‘Quotes Prices’ and still get ‘Yes’; Processing attorneys trust interest and bank charges; and Smart cities - a reality for South Africa?

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10 September 2020

This week: The conveyancing process is not broken; South Africa's green building ethos in a post-pandemic world; and UK conveyancing to benefit from new online ID check reforms.

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3 September 2020

This week: Conveyancing firms urged to embrace “Smarter Working”; Sectional Title requires swift action to recover arrear levies; A new normal - not defeated; and how to break up with a client.

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27 August 2020

This week: Wills Week 2020 registration open until 31 August; how PropTech and digital advertising are advancing the property industry; finding the right client; and we welcome e-Signatures.

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20 August 2020

This week: New land ownership rights in TBVC areas set to affect developers; home buying activity re-surging, supporting prices; and a South African attorney publishes Microsoft Word for Legal Practitioners.

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13 August 2020

This week: A lawyers guide to invoicing and payment; a fraudulent email  warning from the LPC; overcoming COVID-19 career anxieties; and staying on the right side of COVID-19 Regulations.

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6 August 2020

This week: Mellony Ramalho appointed Sales and Marketing Director of LexisNexis SA; Broll's latest report highlights COVID-19 in Africa; and mobile networks could build a 5G tower on your property.

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30 July 2020

This week: City of Tshwane Rates Clearance Certificates: Update; UK Land Registry starts accepting electronic signatures; and FNB Estate Agents' Survey - uninspiring outlook.

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23 July 2020

This week: 'No more tolerance' for paper-based conveyancing; National government must open the Cape Town Deeds Office; and architecture's need for re-invention post Covid-19.

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