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21 January 2021

This week: 2021 Fidelity Fund Certificate application portal to open until 31 January 2021; Johannesburg Deeds Office Rectification Section arrangements; and conveyancing will lead the way in digital ID.

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14 January 2021

This week: Revitalising property markets through inner-city investment and refurbishment; a forecast for 2021's property landscape; and clients need out of hours access, but don't expect firms to respond.

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7 January 2021

This week: The changing world of compliance; Land Registry’s Safe Harbour Standard is good news for conveyancing, and will the surge in first-time home buyers lead the recovery in the property market?

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10 December 2020

This week: Built environment surveys reveal ongoing frustrations with government; City of Ekurhuleni to Jhb Deeds Office on Rates Clearance; and Conveyancers to be ‘more’ vigilant states 2020-21 SRA Risk Outlook.

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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.

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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?

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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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12 November 2020

This week: October's free LexisNexis Case Law index is available; Public procurement processes a stumbling block in rolling out public infrastructure; and housing is central to post Covid-19 recovery.

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5 November 2020

This week: The Gauteng Attorneys’ Association Chairpersons’ Reports for 2020; Fraud does not oust negligence claim; and Cape Town approves interventions to facilitate affordable rental opportunities.

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