In terms of section 4(1)(a) of the Matrimonial Property Act 88 of 1984, the accrual of the estate of a spouse is described as follows: “The accrual of the estate

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When buying or selling a house, it is important to be aware of the compliance certificates that may be required prior to the registration of the transaction in the deeds

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If the account of a consumer is in arrears with a registered Credit Provider, the Credit Provider will make a decision to commence with legal proceedings due to the default

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The South African Bureau of Standards recently, after much deliberation, amended the standard wiring code for the installation of new plug sockets in new buildings. These amendments have been formalised

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There are many aspects to be considered when buying a particular business to ensure that you are making the correct (and hopefully profitable) decision. In the commercial world transactions for

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The main purpose of the insertion of Rule 46A in the Rules of the High Court is to try and obtain a constitutional balance between the rights of execution creditors

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Did you know that there is a difference between rates and taxes charged on property and the utility you pay for water and electricity? Often these phrases are used interchangeably,

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THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOHN SMITH I bequeath my farm to my son on condition that he will never be allowed to sell or encumber the farm. This

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New owner not responsible for previous owner’s debt

The Application of Section 118(3) of the Municipal Systems Act by the municipalities had the implication that in some cases new owners had their electricity cut off, or have been

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Many victims of a divorce will tell you that divorce is a traumatic experience and one which, litigants finding themselves in such a position, want to finalize as quick as

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