Revisiting The Landlord’s Hypothec: The Right To Judicially Attach The Goods Of The Tenant

Landlords are automatically vested with the right to seize the goods of tenants who have defaulted on rental payments to

By Wilco du Toit 7 Min Read

Revisiting The Landlord’s Hypothec: The Right To Judicially Attach The Goods Of The Tenant

Landlords are automatically vested with the right to seize the goods of tenants who have defaulted on rental payments to

By Wilco du Toit 7 Min Read

Energy Regulation Update: Your Building Could be Next – Act Now!

In line with the directives of the National Energy Act, the task of marshalling an abundance of data about energy

By Wilco du Toit 3 Min Read

Navigating the Perils of Troublesome Tenants: A Landlord’s Guide to Damage Control

In the complex world of property law, some tenants have appointed themselves as experts, wreaking havoc for unsuspecting landlords. These

By Janie Venter 3 Min Read

Tax rebates for solar panels – How can sectional title owners benefit?

Heightened security, a great sense of community, lower insurance costs and shared maintenance costs are a few of the advantages

PIE or ESTA | What is the difference and why does it matter?

Case discussion: Frannero Property Investments 202 (Pty) Ltd v Selapa and Others 2022 (5) SA 361 (SCA) The SCA had

By Johan du Toit 8 Min Read

Expropriation without Compensation. Why gardening may just be for you!

The Expropriation Bill is set to be enacted soon. Under which circumstances may expropriation without compensation be permitted?

By Wilco du Toit 4 Min Read

Attention Home Owner Associations. Not all levies are exempt from Income Tax.

It was recently reported that SARS has published its 2023 guidelines for tax-exempt institutions, alerting Home Owner Associations (HOA) to

By Johan du Toit 2 Min Read

What developers and body corporates need to know about the Sectional Titles Amendment Act

The Sectional Titles Amendment Act No. 13 of 2022, governing property and land in South Africa, was signed into law

By Wilco du Toit 7 Min Read

Property sellers beware: you can’t always hide behind a voetstoots clause

Property sellers who are aware of a latent defect to the property they are selling, are not protected by a