We have established a considerable footprint of offices and a widely established correspondent base, ensuring that we are able to provide all clients with service, anywhere in the country.
Our practice has founded itself in focused fields of law, and our core area of expertise and experience focuses itself in Property Law. We now have a staff compliment of close to 100 motivated employees with offices in Kenilworth, Bellville, Mitchells Plain, Table View and Somerset West.
We are one of the “Top Five Conveyancing Firms” as rated by the Sunday Times. We have award winning turnaround times, and are top performance achievers at financial institutions.
VTC Inc is built on the foundation of excellence in service to its clients and integrity in its dealings. Our purpose is to build relationships with new and existing clients. We encapsulate this purpose in the daily motto we work by: “Forging Relationships”.
We believe that with the right staff and motivated people, we can achieve success. With our strong work ethic and commitment to excellent service, our staff works well together ensuring that our teams and clients are happy.
At VTC we acknowledge that career growth is as important as work ethic in creating a happy work environment.
Our objective is to improve the performance of our business, and to achieve a sustained success that allows our business to continually improve and develop.
We focus on understanding our customer needs, requirements and expectations. This gives us insight into their thoughts and about our quality of workmanships, our dedication to our craft and our resolve to always be better.
To this end, quality assurance is vital to us. We use an online management system so that all our clients have direct access to their information with the click of a button.
South African law recognises two marriage systems, civil marriages and customary marriages.
It is commonly, and incorrectly, believed that couples, whether heterosexual or same-sex, living together for a long period of time results in a common law marriage, thus giving each spouse the equal protection of the law. South African law does not give automatic rights to partners in a cohabitation relationship.
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