June 25, 2024

Property Advice in an Election Year

Buy now, sell later. This year, almost half of the world’s inhabitants will head to the polls to elect their new governments, including eight of the […]
June 25, 2024

The Omission of a Single Word Can Lead to a Will Being Contested

The contents of an “inelegant and very badly drafted” will were recently the subject of a dispute in the South Gauteng High Court, in the matter […]
June 25, 2024

How a Latin Phrase Affected a Recent Property Dispute Case

In essence, the Latin phrase nec vi, nec clam, nec precario translates to “without force, without secrecy, and without permission”. According to the Prescription Act, a […]
June 25, 2024

Understanding Tenant Rights to Property Possession

It often happens that a tenant, for whatever reason, refuses, neglects or is unable to pay rent and falls into arrears. A landlord, frustrated with the […]
We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By continuing to browse, you agree to our use of cookies