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02 April 2020

This week: NHBRC billions should be used to aid industry; Conveyancing industry issues coronavirus guidance; and Cloudy with a chance of data loss.

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09 April 2020

This week: The Property Industry Group announces its retail tenant assistance relief package; registration open for LSSA Conference: July 2020; and property outlook.

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16 April 2020

This week: Buy-to-let investors must brace for a potential spike in arrears; winding up under the old and new Companies Acts; and can the property development industry go back to normal?

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23 April 2020

This week: Deeds data shows that market volumes have declined by an estimated 40% y/y; and Cape Town steps up for receiving/assessing building plan and land use/development applications during lockdown.

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30 April 2020

This week: The challenge for SME law firms in the Covid-19 era; cybersecurity questions and answers for law firms; and real estate, construction asks to be opened up at Level 4.

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07 May 2020

This week: How the economy will collapse if real estate services cannot operate; HMLR temporarily amends rules around ID and signing Deeds; and is this the best time to buy a house?

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14 May 2020

Conveyancing in a digitalised world; an open letter from the Managing Director of Rawson Property; and how low and for how long can residential rental tenant performance deteriorate?

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21 May 2020

This week: Uncertain times ahead for rentals; Pretoria Deeds Office implements a phased opening; and which technologies and behaviours will roll legal services forward into the post-Covid ‘new normal’?

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28 May 2020

This week: The role conveyancers will have to play after lockdown; how residential property will be affected by the new normal; Macroeconomic forecasts for 2020; and Level 3 lockdown - estate agents can go back to work.

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04 June 2020

This week: Why web-based software is a game-changer for law firms; Construction’s bittersweet return; and the EAABs commitment to continued service delivery.
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