Attorneys Notaries Conveyancers Johannesburg - Cape Town

Attorneys Johannesburg & Cape Town

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Van Deventer & Van Deventer Incorporated is a leading South African law firm with offices in Rivonia Sandton, Johannesburg and Brackenfell Bellville, Cape Town.

Our firm of attorneys in Johannesburg and attorneys in Cape Town comprehensively cover the following aspects of legal practice:

  • Conveyancing Services - Conveyancing attorneys and general conveyancers, Conveyancing & Bond Cost Calculators
  • Divorce and Family Law - Divorce attorneys and family lawyers, Child Maintenance, Custody & Parenting plans. International Abduction
  • Estates, Trusts & Wills - Estate administration lawyers, Family & Discretionary Trusts, Living Wills, Amending Trust Deeds
  • Marriage and Matrimonial Property - Antenuptial contracts, Matrimonial Regime Changes, Cohabitation Agreements, Life Partnership Agreements
  • Notarial Services - Notaries, Apostille Certificates, General Notarial Bonds, Notarised Documents
  • Property Law - Real Estate lawyers, Sectional Title Developments, Property Zoning
  • Civil Litigation & Debt Collection - Arrear levy collection

We know that Van Deventer & Van Deventer Incorporated’s distinctive spirit comes across through these pages because we are passionate about what we do.

We are highly capable lawyers in whom you can have real confidence, partly because of our technical expertise, but also because of our ethical practice and absolute professionalism

Although we have law offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg, our single office approach ensures excellent communications and efficient co-ordination of our resources.

We handle complex, strategic work and litigation for our clients, but appreciate the importance of value for money, commercial awareness and flexibility.

We are also lucky enough to enjoy what we do, primarily because of the great, long-term relationships we build with our many valued clients.

[Title]Are You Alright with All Rights Under POPIA?

The grace period to allow all entities that gather and process personal information to comply is fast coming to an end and thereafter all are required and expected to have complied fully with the requirements of the POPIA.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 Views: 10


[Title]How do you Transfer a Deceased Interest in a Close Corporation?

We often get inquiries from some of our clients with regards to how the process of transferring the interest of a deceased relative who, was a member of a Close Corporation (CC). We value such inquiries in that it is indicative of the appreciation that our valued clients have for the law, and at the same time giving us an opportunity to provide expert legal assistance.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, May 24, 2021 Views: 12


[Title]The SPLUMA Act and its Effect on Property Transfers and Developments

Historically, provinces had their own laws to regulate land use and development in South Africa. However, in pursuit of harmonising these under each municipality to achieve economic growth, efficient use and development of land, reservation of environmental and natural resources, the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act was promulgated.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, May 24, 2021 Views: 12


[Title]Deceased Estate - Under What Circumstances can an Executor be Removed?

It must be noted that it is not enough to remove an Executor merely because of disagreements between the Executor and other interested parties, but a high standard of undesirability or wrongdoing on the part of the Executor need to be satisfied first.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Thursday, May 20, 2021 Views: 110


[Title]Property Sale Agreements with Lapsed Suspensive Conditions – Is Reincarnation Even Possible?

In the conclusion of property sale agreements, parties commonly include a condition or more that must be fulfilled in order for the agreement to come into effect. These are known as suspensive conditions at law, being future events upon which the coming into force of the agreement will be dependent upon.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, May 17, 2021 Views: 213