Our well-established and skilled team enables us to provide you with a fully integrated and efficient service, tailored to meet your requirements. We are proud to be on the FNB, Standard Bank and Nedbank bond registration panels.

Our property law services include:
  • Buying and selling of immovable property
  • Valuations of property, i.e for deceased estate purposes
  • Drafting and perusal of lease agreements and notarial contracts
  • Drafting and perusal of purchase agreements, JV’s and development contracts
  • Registration of transfers, including sectional title schemes, developments and townships
  • Registration of bonds, including sectional title and commercial bonds
  • Rezoning, consolidation and subdivision of land, including opening of township schemes, sectional title schemes and the like.
  • All other aspects of conveyancing and transfer
Thys Lourens and Daantjie Malan, our expert team of specialist lawyers are awaiting your call to deal with any type of property law, valuations as well as notarial and other real estate issues.
Antenuptial Contracts
May 2018
The default matrimonial property law regime in South Africa is a marriage in community of property. This ensures that should the parties to the marriage enter into no agreement prior to signing the marriage register, the parties will be perceived to be married in community of property and share one joint estate including all the assets and liabilities of each party. To prevent this automatic consequence in our law, one needs to sign an Antenuptial Contract before signing the marriage register.

Cohabitation Relationships and its consequences
April 2018
South African law does not currently regulate cohabitation relationships and life partnerships, nor afford the same protection as those who are married in terms of the Civil Union and Marriage Act. It is therefore regulated by Common Law (rules that are not codified in legislation), however there is some legislative protection afforded.

Protection of Minority Shareholders
March 2018
Minority shareholders in both Companies and Close Corporations (members) enjoy a measure of protection against unfairly prejudicial, unjust or inequitable acts that arise from the conduct of majority shareholders or the Company.

The Rights of Unmarried Biological Fathers in relation to their Child
March 2018
What are the parental rights of a child's biological father if he and the mother of the child are not married? Can he be refused access to his child?

Contact Us
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Somerset West, 7130
P O Box 1029,
Strand, 7139

Tel +27 21 853 1535
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