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A Marriage Date Without the Spousal Debt

It is not uncommon that at the behest of a moment of deep romance, parties in romantic relationships find themselves making decisions which have far reaching implications pertaining to their individual estates, when a marriage is eventually concluded.

The Community Schemes Ombud Service Act of South Africa

There is often conflict when there is shared responsibility for land and building and, the CSOS aims to manage operations and provide efficient and cost-effective methods for dispute resolution within community schemes.

Notice of Special Levy in Sectional Title Schemes

It is a common misconception that the need for special levies in sectional title schemes was banished with the introduction of the new legislation which regulates the management of sectional title schemes.

Business Rescue, Liquidation or Survival for South African Businesses?

COVID-19 has wreaked immense havoc on our country, leaving behind an economic wasteland that no business – small enterprise or big corporation – is immune to. Is business rescue an option?

How to Recover Outstanding Levies – The Legal Process in South Africa

This article explains how to recover outstanding levies in South Africa and the legal process that must be followed to do so effectively. It’s of utmost importance that this legal process is followed correctly in order for the collection of outstanding levies to be successful.

Contractual Obligations in South Africa and COVID-19

Many South Africans are wondering how COVID-19 will affect their contractual obligations. Therefore, many companies and private individuals are reviewing their contracts and whether they can plead “force majeure”.

Your Credit Insurance and COVID-19

Many consumers have been kept in the dark about the ins and outs of credit insurance in South Africa and how it can be particularly useful in the wake of COVID-19. If you have at any stage purchased something on credit, it’s likely that you have also purchased credit life insurance knowingly or unknowingly.

Verbal Agreements in South Africa – When are Conversations Binding?

There are many disputes that come from contracts that were based on verbal agreements between two or more parties. Although there is no paper trail that can prove a verbal contract, verbal agreements are as legally binding as written and signed contracts.

Buying a House in a Trust which Already Exists in South Africa

There are certain advantages and disadvantages that come with buying a house in a trust that already exists.

In this article, we discuss the various benefits and implications of purchasing immovable property in the name of an existing trust.

Section 54 of The VAT Act South Africa Explained - Principal vs Agent Tax

Section 54 of The VAT Act South Africa has been included in order to govern the practical problems faced when goods or services are supplied to and from VAT vendors via agents.

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