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Property Law

The many laws that govern property ownership and development require property lawyers to have a dynamic approach to transactions. Our conveyancers have a wide experience with property matters and can assist you with legal advice with regards to your matter.

Our main focus is on property transfers, evictions (of unlawful occupiers of property), estate agency law, contractual disputes and the rendering of legal advice to small/medium enterprises. All our Directors and attorneys are experiences in the Law of Property.

Our property law services include:

  • Negotiation and preparation of property related agreements
  • Landlord and tenant disputes and rental claims
  • Disputes between neighbors
  • Interdicts
  • Unlawful deprivation of possession or occupation of property
  • Sectional title affairs
  • Levy recoveries
  • Land use planning and zoning

Litigation

In relation to your litigation claim, VTC is also in association with Muzzamil Toefy from Toefy Attorneys.

Toefy Attorneys offers a full range of legal services to a diversified client base including general litigation, debt collection, MVA, corporate law, company law, trust law, matrimonial law, and property law. Toefy Attorney is a level three BEE contributor.

Since inception Toefy Attorneys have been involved in a number of high level legal matters, some of which have received recognition both locally and internationally.

 


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Our Conveyancing Attorneys share 5 Tips for New Property Buyers

Throughout the process of house hunting, it’s easy to overlook important drawbacks whilst admiring the charming aspects of a new home.

Buying property can be one of the most important purchases you will ever make, so be prepared and have a plan before diving into the thrill of house hunting.

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Posted by Lisbe Venter on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Views: 300



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Are you liable to pay historic municipal debt due on your property?

The Constitutional Court recently held that historical municipal debt does not “survive” transfer. In other words, the new purchaser or successor in title cannot be held liable after transfer for any municipal debt incurred before transfer. Historical municipal debt referring to that debt attached to a property, which is older than two years at the date of application for a rates clearance certificate.

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Posted by Nikki Baguley on Monday, December 18, 2017 Views: 205