Exam Results

CONVEYANCING ADMISSION EXAM RESULTS 

EXAM:  CONVEYANCING ADMISSION EXAM DATE:     06, 13 & 21 APRIL 2022 Notes: ·      Candidates who attained 50% or more in the exam will not have to...
Inheritance from will

What Happens When an Inheritance Cannot be put into Effect? – Conveyancing News

Where a testator bequeaths immovable property to heirs which, for some or other valid reason, cannot be put into effect, such immovable property will...
Allen West Conveyancing Update

Forfeiture of Benefits – Conveyancing News

When a decree of divorce is granted on the grounds of the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage the Court, under section 9(1) of the...
Allen West Conveyancing Update

Spluma – Nelspruit Deeds Registry

This is a very important case for all Conveyancers to read, especially those practising within the area of the Registrar of Deeds Mpumalanga Summary: Constitution...
Buyer and seller protection by conveyancer

The Conveyancer’s Legal Responsibility to Protect the Interests of the Purchaser and the Seller...

It is a moot point as to whether the conveyancer, appointed by the seller to effect transfer of immovable property, has any duty to...
Approved building plans

Selling Without Approved Building Plans / Occupation Certificates – Conveyancing News

Introduction  More often than not the purchaser is desirous of selling a property and the purchaser is willing to purchase a property without approved building...
Allen West Conveyancing Update

Creation of Positive and Negative Personal Servitudes – Conveyancing News

Introduction  From a conveyancing perspective it is very important to distinguish between positive and negative personal servitudes. The reason is due to the fact that...
Allen West Conveyancing Update

The Registrability and Effect of a Condition Excluding Community of Property – Conveyancing News

From a conveyancing perspective a testamentary condition, excluding community of property in respect of immovable property and inserted in a deed when such immovable...
Allen West Conveyancing Update

Registrars’ Conference Resolutions 2021

A.                       WITHDRAWAL OF REGISTRARS’ CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS 1/2021     The following Registrars’ Conference Resolutions are withdrawn: •           RCR19/1949 (in contradiction to RCR28/1956 — not relevant); •           RCR46/1952 (in contradiction to...
Instalment Sale Agreements

Application of The National Credit Act to Property Instalment Sale Agreements – Conveyancing News

Where land, which is used mainly for residential purposes with the exclusion of agricultural land, is sold in more than two installments over a...
Conveyancing Tariff 2022

Guidelines on Conveyancing Fees – effective from 16 May 2022.

CONVEYANCING: CONVENTIONAL DEEDS (ACT 47/1937) GUIDELINE OF FEES Effective from 16 May 2022 Conveyancing fees are negotiable. These are merely guidelines and not minimum or maximum...
Conveyancing news - did you know

Did you know? Fifth Edition – Conveyancing News

Right of Extension of a Sectional Title Scheme  Once a real right of extension has lapsed, the court has no authority to extend the period...