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Velile Tinto Cape Incorporated - Newsletter September 2018

Posted On: Friday, September 7, 2018

Our best articles, alongside short snippets of miscellaneous interestingness that you won't want to miss out on.

Dear VTC Client

That South Africa had entered a recession didn't necessarily come as a major surprise to any of us. The signs have been there for quite a while.

Despite the buy-to-let rentals experiencing some downward pressure, we still regard property market fundamentals as solid.

When planning to buy, sell or lease a property, as one of your most significant assets, it is best that you obtain legal assistance in order to ensure that your interests are protected and that your transaction is efficiently concluded. 

Contact us to speak to one of our conveyancing attorneys in Cape Town.

We welcome suggestions for any future topics from our readers. If there is any area of the law that you would like to be better informed on, please forward these suggestions to info@veliletintocape.co.za

Check out some of our new articles below:

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Understanding the Suspensive Conditions of your Offer to Purchase

There are certain conditions that may be included in your offer to purchase that will need to be fulfilled before your contract is considered valid. These are referred to as your suspensive conditions. The fulfilment of the contract is then delayed until such a time that your conditions have been met.

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The Fineprint on Property Defects - The Voetstoots Clause

When dealing with an offer to purchase on a property, one is likely to come across what is known as the “Voetstoots clause”.

Its’ basic purpose is to shield the Seller from any subsequent action by the Purchaser, on the discovery of any defects he/she was not aware of at the time of signing the offer to purchase.

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Purchasing a Property - To Trust or not to Trust

Before purchasing a property in the name of a trust there are a few vital points to consider.

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