For most people, your house is your most important asset. So when you sell it (or any other property for that matter), it is absolutely critical to entrust the process to a conveyancer you can trust to act with both
Occasionally in a home sale there are situations that can be very frustrating for a buyer or a seller, situations that should be avoidable. One potentially frustrating occurrence often arises in relation to “fixtures” in a home – items that
“Communio est mater rixarum” (Roman law maxim meaning “Co-ownership is the mother of disputes”) A recent High Court case highlights once again the dangers of cohabiting without entering into a formal cohabitation agreement, particularly when substantial assets are acquired jointly.
With the festive season upon us, so the police presence on the roads will increase. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS if and when you are stopped either in a roadblock or by a police officer. We have put together a couple of articles to help
“Good fences make good neighbours” (wise old proverb) You find out that the fence/wall/house your neighbour is building, or has built, is actually on your land – what can you do about it? No problem of course if you are
Yet another court decision – this time in the High Court – underlines the growing readiness of courts to order demolition of any building work carried out without approved plans (or otherwise unlawfully). In the case in question, a demolition
Property buyers need to be aware of, and protect themselves against, a possible new risk. In a nutshell, you cannot take transfer of a property until the local municipality issues a “rates clearance certificate” confirming that all rates, service
“Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose” (Winston Churchill) Whether you are a keen golfer or not (Churchill seems to have been