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Division of Assets in Divorce

Division of Assets in Divorce

Who gets what? is the question that we get asked most when sitting down with clients to negotiate and finalise divorce settlement agreements. Whilst an uncontested divorce where the parties are able to agree on the proprietary consequences (division of assets) gives room to cater to what best suits each couple in their circumstances, the law determines the basic rights and entitlement of each party as regards assets and liabilities in the case of divorce should no settlement be reached.

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Donations Tax and Planning

Donations Tax and Planning

Whether you are a parent considering donating your property to your child, or an elderly person wanting to donate your property to your spouse or to a trust to avoid estate duty tax, it is important to be aware that donations attract donations tax.

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Common Property Ownership

Common Property Ownership

The maxim “Communio Mater Rixarim Est” – is a latin phrase in law which means communal ownership is the mother of all disputes. Needless to say, many co-owners can agree with this.

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Freedom of Speech : Case Review

Freedom of Speech : Case Review

Media recently covered DA’s, Dr. Roy Jankielsohn victory against members of the ANC YOUTH league over racial slurs, the 29-page judgment was handed down on the 11th November 2019, and Jankielsohn was awarded R300 000.00 in damages.

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Extending your Sectional Title Unit

Extending your Sectional Title Unit

Altering your home with an extension is a real opportunity to create the space you have always wanted, and it further adds value to your property.

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Property Practitioners Act – The new law

Property Practitioners Act – The new law

Some new legislation will bring far-reaching changes to the property industry as it will be replacing the Estate Agency Affairs Act, 1976 (“The old Act”). If you are an estate agent, you will likely already be aware that the Property Practitioners Bill was signed into South African law on 2 October 2019 and we can expect that it will become operational within the next few months. However, Estate Agents are not the only ones who this bill applies to.

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