IT & the Lawyer New

LSSA Cybercrime advisory

The LSSA  has issued an advisory suggesting how attorneys can reduce the risk of IBusiness eMail compromises (BECs) cybercrime fraud when communicating with clients.

Law Reports New

National Building Review Board

All zoning decisions lie within the competence of the municipality, therefore building plan approvals are not reviewable by the National Building Regulations Review Board.

Books New

Practitioner's Guide 2018

The Practitioner's Guide to Conveyancing and Notarial Practice by Allen West is now available as an eBook and in an Online format in addition to the print version.

Property24 New

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This week on What land reform and expropriation actually means for SA; a good credit record doesn't mean a tenant will pay; and tourism is good for property.

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This week: Potential disruptors to the commercial property market; Cape Town apartment rentals getting cheaper; and sellers want their agent to be more like Amazon.

Practice Management

Boot camp

The registration deadline for the one day boot camp for small and medium firms on Business Strategies for a Winning Practice has been extended to Monday 16th July.


Escaping surety

Jack Crook discusses a recent High Court decision which illustrates one of the very restricted circumstances in which you may be able to escape from a suretyship you signed yourself into.


PEXA beefs up security controls

Australia: PEXA will fill gaps in its security controls that have been exploited by hackers to fleece millions of dollars from home sale transactions.


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This week on A property valuation update for Jhb; all your home insurance questions answered; and Estate agents earn less now than 15 years ago.

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This week: A SARS Transfer Duty Declaration Amendment; township micro-developers thrive in affordable market; and property market sentiment continues to dip.