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AirBnB and the Law

3 December 2020

Robert Krautkramer discusses the concept of "transient guests" as contained in the Cape Town Municipal By Law Act and its implications for needing Council's permission to AirBnB.

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3 December 2020

This week: Construction industry applies for exemption during the annual shutdown; how the LSSA fulfills its functions; a Cape Town Deeds Office communique; and Conveyancing Association launches revised Cyberfraud & Fraud Protocol.

Anonymous Partnerships

26 November 2020

Allen West discusses anonymous and commanditarian partnerships and the issue of whether a vesting can disclose or refer to a commandite partner in deeds and documents. 

End of year Deeds Office arrangements

26 November 2020

Cape Town, Johannesburg and Polokwane Deeds Office arrangements for lodgements, preps, registrations and other issues during the festive season.  

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26 November 2020

This week: Rental payments point to a continued weakening of the residential rental market; selling your business as a going concern; and  is Caveat Emptor the key to Conveyancing Reform in England?

Boost you legal research skills

19 November 2020

Dr Jeanne-Mari Retief, Director of legal consultancy CALIBRICS, in partnership with LexisNexis South Africa, has produced an online, self-paced Practical Legal Research Skills eLearning course for legal professionals.

e-Signatures and property

19 November 2020

Denoon Sampson discusses a recent judgement about the use of e-signatures when buying property, which instead of giving clarity and guidance, introduces doubt and uncertainty into this fast-growing category of technology.

Paddocks Press - October 2020

19 November 2020

In this edition: a note on the restructuring of Paddocks; a reflection on the last 4 years of CSOS Adjudications; spending body corporate funds; and building a pool in an EUA.

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19 November 2020

This week: Cybersecurity - a thematic review of five key areas; price growth remains resilient but outlook is uncertain; and property managers evolve into mediators as the rental market battles on.

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