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Friday Oct 09, 2015

Undoing an eviction by default

A tenant who receives summons or any court process from the magistrate's or high court will have to defend it within a specified time.

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Friday Oct 02, 2015

Up against a (3-storey) brick wall

If your neighbour decides to build three storeys, impinging on your privacy and view, it's tough luck, live with it.

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New guidelines for student accommodation

A bookshelf, wi-fi connection and a study lamp. These are some of the things that should be in a university student's room.

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Wednesday Sep 30, 2015

Body corporate rule wins: arbitrator

In buying into a sectional title development, owners have to sacrifice their preferences, freedom of choice and independence when enjoying the benefits of community style living.

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Tuesday Sep 29, 2015

Affordable properties sought after

Demand for houses in the affordable sector of the property market remains strong.

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Property owners and invasive vegetation

The National Environmental Management and Biodiversity Act was drafted in 2004 to manage and conserve South Africa's natural biodiversity and protect it from invasive alien plants.

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Monday Sep 28, 2015

Beware of online property rental scams

Properties to let are in short supply, so many prospective tenants are on high alert to secure a home to rent.

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Friday Sep 25, 2015

Advice for property sellers on show day

What should property sellers do on show day? Adrian Goslett of RE/MAX has the following advice:

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Thursday Sep 24, 2015

Bodies corporate explained

The body corporate is the collective name given to the owners of the units and common property within a sectional title scheme and this comes into being when the developer transfers the first unit to its new owner.

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Wednesday Sep 23, 2015

Sub-letting and assignment

Is there a difference between sub-letting and assignment? A tenant's lease agreement contains references to assignment and subletting, requiring the tenant to obtain the landlord's permission in the event the tenant intends to assign the lease, or enter into a sub-lease.

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