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What documentation is needed for buying a property in South Africa?

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You've scoured the web for what feels like weeks, and you've finally found your dream home! You've put in your offer, and it's been accepted. But before you can

Cancelling a contract? The do's and dont's to consider!

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Every person, whether an individual or a juristic person, will find themselves in a situation where they will want to terminate a contract. The aim of this arti

The pros and cons of renting a property

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One of the biggest dreams that most people have, is to one day own their own home. However, that is easier said than done. Dreams of owning big houses with back

Tips for renting out your property

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Regardless of whether the property you are renting out is a studio apartment, a cottage at the back of the garden or an entire estate, the same rules apply and

There is a way to keep the view

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When you purchase a house with a view, you probably think that you are going to enjoy this view every day for the rest of your life. Until you receive a flyer w

The requirements and benefits of a sole mandate

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When homeowners decide to sell their property and have chosen an estate agent/agency to market their property, they will be asked to sign a sole mandate with th

How can I lawfully evict my tenant?

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You've discovered that the tenant renting your apartment has damaged several appliances, including the floor tiles due to irresponsible behaviour. Therefore, yo

Cancelling a lease agreement early

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If you want to end your contract early, this can only be done "in situations where the Consumer Protection Act or Rental Housing Act apply" - or if there's a cl

How binding are body corporate fines?

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In an estate or sectional title scheme, it is challenging to ensure that everyone will stick to the conduct rules and to aid this, body corporates often fine th

Co-owning property with someone else: The ups and downs

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What is co-ownership? Co-ownership is when one or more people jointly own the same property. In essence, it is when they legally share ownership without

 

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