CONVEYANCING & PROPERTY LAW
Property law is that area of the law dealing with the right of use, control, and disposition which one may lawfully exercise over things, objects, or land.
Immovable or fixed property includes land and things which are permanently attached to the land.
Our conveyancers specialize in the transfer of fixed property ownership. Their main role is to help clients navigate the complex legal process of buying or selling property, ensuring that all legal requirements are met and that the transaction is completed in a timely and efficient manner.
They are required to be admitted as attorneys and to have completed additional training in conveyancing law. They are responsible for a wide range of tasks, including reviewing sale agreements, conducting property searches, drafting, and registering deeds and other legal documents, and handling the payment of transfer fees and taxes.
They work closely with other professionals involved in the property transfer process, such as estate agents, mortgage lenders, and surveyors, to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. They also provide legal advice and guidance to clients throughout the process, ensuring that their interests are protected at all times.
Please see the bio of Jacqueline Misaba and contact her if you have any property-related questions.
Cars, bank accounts, wages, a small business, furniture, insurance policies, jewellery, patents, pets, and season rugby tickets are all examples of personal property. Personal property may also be called personal effects or movable property.
Property law is an important legal arrangement that protects individuals or legal entities that own personal or fixed property. It deals with the right to purchase, use, and control their personal and immovable property. It also obliges one neighbour to respect the rights of his surrounding neighbours and not subject them to nuisance like loud noise.
These personal possessions are yours and yours alone, and no one can take them away from you. Our skilled team of property law experts at Bregman Moodley Attorneys Inc can assist you in drafting contracts to buy or sell your property, such as agreements of sale or lease (business or residential), buying or selling your other assets, and a myriad of other issues relating to acquiring or disposing of personal and fixed property. We can also assist you if your ownership of any assets, movable or immovable, is at risk. We have enjoyed much success in the courts protecting or recovering our clients’ hard-earned property.
PROPERTY LAW ARTICLES
Introduction: Joint ownership of property, especially within families, is a common arrangement. However, what happens when the relationship sours and the co-owners can’t agree on
The Property Practitioners Act 22 of 2019 (the Act) mandates sellers to disclose defects in a property to potential buyers. Failure to disclose known defects,
In legal terms, a personal servitude refers to the right granted to a specific person (known as the holder) to utilize and enjoy someone else’s
SECTIONAL TITLE ARTICLES
The CSOS Act provides that the Ombud presides over a dispute resolution mechanism in community schemes: be wary of going to court rather than this
Legal Case Analysis: Lion Ridge Body Corporate v. Alexander – Disconnecting Utilities in Sectional Schemes
Introduction: The Lion Ridge case revolves around a pivotal legal question – Can a Body Corporate within a sectional scheme disconnect water and electricity services