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Each municipality in South Africa has specific regulations and procedures for building plan approval. It's essential for the success of your project that these local requirements are thoroughly understood and adhered to.
Property transfer delays can be extremely frustrating for everyone involved and, what’s worse, is that often delays can cause unexpected costs from arising – costs that nobody prepared for.
There are a number of different role players when it comes to transferring property from one person to another. These include local municipalities, SARS, and body corporates to name a few. When attorneys to do not receive full cooperation from external role players, significant delays can be expected.
Due to the number of legalities involved with buying and selling property in South Africa, the process of transferring property from one owner to another can be extremely lengthy. Buyers and sellers often become frustrated with delays because they are not aware of how intricate the process is.
It has always been the responsibility of property professionals to obtain as much information as they can regarding the property’s condition so that they can disclose this information to the buyer. Transparency is key when it comes to buying and selling property.
Property buyers have several options available to them when purchasing certain developments in South Africa. Traditionally, buyers had the option to purchase either a plot or a plot-and-plan but recently, another option known as a turnkey sale was introduced into the property market.
The Property Practitioners Act 22 of 2019 (PPA) came into effect on 1 February 2022, bringing some significant changes in the regulation of the property sector.
Buying an immovable property is a feeling like no other. Some say it is an overwhelming feeling of serenity, joy, status and security.
The Consumer Protection Act 68 OF 2008 (CPA) came into effect in 2011 with an aim of ensuring fair, competitive and responsible markets that protect South African consumers as well as to promote ethical business practices. It makes a distinction between suppliers of goods and services on one hand, as well as consumers on the other. This article seeks to implore to what extent the CPA is applicable to Estate Agents.
Debt review works on a timeline that guides consumers, credit providers and attorneys as well as debt counsellors. However, when the 21-day lockdown was announced, the question arose as to whether the days spent in lockdown will count as normal working days or not?
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