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Am I responsible for the previous owner's unpaid rates and taxes?


In a much-anticipated Constitutional Court Judgment it has been ruled that new property owners are no longer expected to take responsibility for settling municipal debt incurred by previous owners of the acquired property.

The matter stemmed from a litigious battle which challenged the constitutionality of section 118(3) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act.

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Posted by Moya Rossouw on Friday, October 13, 2017 Views: 267

Our Conveyancing Attorneys Explain Personal & Praedial Servitude


“I applied to my municipality to have the building plans for the extension of my garage approved. The municipality rejected my proposed extension on the grounds that it would be constructed over a servitude registered against my title deed in favour of the municipality. What is servitude? Can I have it removed?”

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Posted by Chris Nortier on Thursday, October 05, 2017 Views: 360

The Proxi Smart Model and Conveyancing Attorneys


A conveyancer is a duly qualified and admitted attorney who passed an additional Conveyancing exam and was formally admitted as a Conveyancer in the High Court.

Therefore he/she has knowledge of the full scope of the law with the result that they can deal effectively with any legal and administrative problems that can occur whilst a transaction is ongoing.

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Posted by Yolande Smith on Friday, August 11, 2017 Views: 473