Megan Harrington-Johnson and Amber Freeman discuss the relevant provisions of the Consumer Protection Act for commercial property owners who need to comply.
The City of Johannesburg: Municipal Planning By-Law, 2016, which gives effect to the provisions of the SPLUMA came into operation on 1 September 2016.
Allen West discusses burial and visitation rights which are real rights capable of being, and should be, registered as personal servitudes against the title deeds of farms.
UK – Joe Reevy explains why cross-marketing is essential and gives advice on how – and why – attorneys can use it effectively to cultivate their clients now.
Gary Boruchowitz and Chantelle Gladwin examine the law that pertains to a municipality’s legal entitlement to consolidate or merge different municipal accounts.
Sascha Beck highlights some critical information about how auctions work and the different aspects of sales in execution, insolvency and property in possession of which buyers should be aware of.
Chantelle Gladwin and Rogan Heale analyse the S118(3) hypothec in the context of the general principles of perfection, and notification as applied to hypothecs.
Considering the current energy crisis and frequent power cuts in the form of “loadshedding”, is there a duty on government to provide free basic electricity to the people of South Africa?
The Black Conveyancers Association (BCA) together with its partners Juta SA and Korbitec, A LexisNexis Company, will be commencing a training initiative aimed specifically at conveyancing secretaries and paralegals.