Consolidation and Subdivision

Advice and support regarding the consolidation or subdivision or immovable property, including the preparation and lodging of documentation, with the Deeds Office, obtaining all necessary authorities and approvals, engaging with third parties, management of the consolidation or subdivision process.

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Factors to consider before proceeding with a Medical Negligence claim

10 June 2024,  Lefevré Joubert

Before instituting a medical negligence claim a legal practitioner must consider the following key factors before advising a client to... proceed with a medical negligence claim, namely:

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Body corporates and access to information. What are the rules of engagement?

29 May 2024

Unit owners in a sectional title may from time to time feel that the body corporate is not managing the... scheme effectively or correctly. Whether such belief is legitimate or not, often comes down to the information that the owners have access to which can prove or allay fears of mismanagement. But, how do unit owners access information often under the control of the body corporate?

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The taxes applicable to a deceased estate

29 May 2024

When a person passes, their estate must be reported to SARS and so becomes a new taxpayer with various taxes... applicable. If the deceased had foreign assets, international taxes may also apply. The executor of the deceased estate is responsible for handling all tax matters related to the deceased estate, which can become quite complex, depending on the nature of the estate. In this article, we look at some of the most important taxes applicable to a deceased estate.

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Factors to consider before proceeding with a Medical Negligence claim

10 June 2024,  Lefevré Joubert

Before instituting a medical negligence claim a legal practitioner must consider the following key factors before advising a client to... proceed with a medical negligence claim, namely:

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