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Property Conveyancing Attorneys Cape Town

Property Law is a specialist field which requires a professional approach. Our professional associates, whom are on the panels of the major banks, provide a variety of professional property services, which include:

  • Deeds of sale (residential and commercial)
  • Property transfers and registrations
  • Registration of bonds
  • Property valuations
  • Property finance, registration of mortgage bonds and other securities
  • Property development structures
  • Mineral rights
  • Property due diligences
  • Drafting and registration of servitudes, certificates of registered title, certificates of consolidated titles, general plans etc.
  • Registration of townships and sectional title schemes
  • Deeds office searches
  • Sectional Title and Share block schemes
  • Property subdivisions and consolidations
  • Property syndications
  • Commercial, retail and cluster development schemes
  • Legislative and regulatory advice
  • Property joint ventures
  • Construction agreements
  • Land rights
  • Rezoning
  • Lease agreements

Bailey Haynes Inc. - Conveyancing Attorneys Cape Town

Contact Bailey Haynes Inc. Property Conveyancing Attorneys in Cape Town for professional legal advice.



The Difference Between Sectional Title and Freehold / Full Title

Before looking at what makes these two types of ownership different, it’s important to understand the concept of ownership and property in the context of South African law.

Protected under our Constitution, no one may be arbitrarily deprived of their property. Though, property law is largely regulated and defined by common law principles which were inherited into our legal system.

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Posted by Tayla Beaumont on Monday, May 31, 2021 Views: 1887



Buying a House - Latent and Patent Defects

In South Africa, buying a property is one of the biggest decisions a person can make. However, a buyer needs to know their rights before they purchase a property so that they enter into a sale agreement that they understand.

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Posted by Tayla Clemo on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 Views: 2321



The Duties of a Conveyancing Attorney in South Africa

When buying a house in South Africa, we know that we must use a conveyancing attorney, but what do conveyancers actually do?

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Posted by Emilia De Goede on Sunday, January 31, 2021 Views: 2705