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Property Law Attorneys in Cape Town

The many laws that govern property ownership and development require property lawyers to have a dynamic approach to transactions. Our conveyancing attorneys in Cape Town have extensive experience with property matters and can assist you with legal advice with regard 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 the 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 neighbours
  • Interdicts
  • Unlawful deprivation of possession or occupation of property
  • Sectional title affairs

Litigation

In relation to a litigation matter, VTC is in association with Toefy Attorneys offering 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 Attorneys is a level three BBBEE 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.

Contact our Property Law and Litigation Attorneys in Cape Town, for assistance with landlord and tenant disputes, interdicts, sectional title affairs and property zoning.


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A Brief Explanation of The Deed Of Sale

A deed of sale is a written agreement signed by both the Seller and Purchaser, in the presence of witnesses, for the sale and purchase of a property.

Once signed, it is a legally binding document that stipulates all the terms and conditions agreed upon between the Seller and Purchaser. 

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Posted by Tasneem Lodewyk on Friday, July 12, 2019 Views: 305



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How to avoid paying double commission once your property sells

When a Seller employs the help of an Estate Agent to sell a property, the Seller is liable to pay commission to the Estate Agent who was the effective cause of the sale of their property.

According to Bruce Forrest, managing partner at KwaZulu-Natal legal firm, Meumann White, there are many instances where Sellers are eager to sell their property and thus bring in more than one Estate Agent to sell their property as quickly as possible.

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Posted by Chloe Brown on Thursday, June 27, 2019 Views: 377