Introduction It is common for people to become registered owners of Immovable Property during their respective lifetimes. However, what happens to the Immovable Property when these individuals pass away? In South Africa, when the registered owner of Immovable Property has died, his/her property will need to be transferred to another person. Most registered owners die […]
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Introduction Shopping centres are an integral part of the South African landscape with customers and retailers thriving in a one-stop convenience and experience location.Tenant mix is vital to any potential retailer who considers letting space in a shopping centre. It informs whether the intended target market is a consumer at the particular centre and what […]
Introduction During the first quarter of 2018, Parliament’s National Assembly passed the Electronic Deeds Registration Systems Bill (hereinafter referred to as the “Bill”), which was originally published by the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform on 7 December 2017. The Bill was tabled as far back as 2017 and proposes some significant changes for […]
Introduction In South Africa, the transfer of Immoveable Property is governed and regulated by legislation to ensure that all Parties to a transaction are protected. In terms of Section 2 of the Alienation of Land Act No. 68 of 1981, as amended, no alienation of land shall be of any force and effect unless it […]
Introduction Today one often hears of complaints of nuisances to one’s property whether residential or commercial. However, what exactly does the law recognize as a nuisance, and what are the possible remedies available? This article will briefly explore what constitutes a nuisance and the requirements. Definition A nuisance can be defined as any form of […]
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