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Managing disputes over a deceased relative’s estate

Category Property

The Administration of Estates Act, 1965, determines what must happen with an estate after a person’s death. There are certain steps that should be taken to

Will I inherit a property's municipal debt?

Category Property

On 23 May 2017, the Constitutional Court heard an application for confirmation of an order of the High Court of South Africa, that declared section 118(3) of th

The basics of estate duty

Category Property

When a person dies, they leave behind an estate which includes everything they own. Estate Duty is payable on the estate of every person who dies and whose nett

Is the tenant or landlord responsible for the water leaks?

Category Property

Questions, and sometimes disputes, often arise between landlords and tenants regarding where the responsibility lies with the maintenance of a property. The sim

Sectional titles: What is the role of the body corporate?

Category Property

When it comes to sectional title schemes, there is still widespread misunderstanding of even the basics, starting with the body corporate and how it is establis

How do I cancel a lease?

Category Property

What happens when a landlord or a tenant wants to cancel a lease? What rules and what legislation apply? What protection does the law provide?

Why is my property transfer taking so long?

Category Property

After signing a deed of sale, the purchasers often want to move into the property as soon as possible.

What does the Deeds Office do?

Category Property

The Deeds Office is responsible for the registration, management and maintenance of the property registry of South Africa.

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

Category Property

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 dividin

What is a Title Deed?

Category Property

If you are planning to buy a new property, you will need to get the title deed transferred into your name to prove that you are the owner of the property. You w

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