Greyvensteins Newsletter - April 2017

Posted On: Friday, April 21, 2017

This week's best articles, alongside short snippets of miscellaneous interestingness that you won't want to miss out on.

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Failure to disclose defects not protected by Voetstoots clause

In terms of our common law when an item is sold, there is an implied warranty against defects in that item.

However, the seller of the item is able to dispose of this warranty by stating that the item is sold “voetstoots,” or loosely translated, ‘as is’ no matter what the condition of the item.

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The Proxi Smart Model and Conveyancing Attorneys

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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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