Articles related to "Voetstoots"

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'Voetstoots’ does not provide sellers with an honesty backdoor
Full disclosure of known defects still essential to facilitate an informed buying decision
The House of Horrors – not just the stuff of movies, lore and legend
Buying a home with a host of undisclosed defects can turn your dream move into a horror movie, starring you. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
Ask a lawyer: Buying a home from a deceased estate
What are the ins-and-outs of buying a property from a deceased estate? We asked Tamaryn Nowitz, an attorney from Alan Levy Attorneys to give us some pointers.
Get the low-down on your new home from the seller
Before you move in, make sure you know everything you can about your potential dream home by holding a hand-over meeting.
Mind the gap when selling and buying a home
Since property purchases are among the single largest financial commitments private individuals will undertake, the need for meaningful protection against risks is essential.
Debunking the voetstoots myth
Peace of mind comes standard with a home warranty. Home Warranty Solution Protects Property Buyers and Sellers from Financial Implications of Defects
Latent and patent defects and the CPA
It isn’t always advisable to take the sellers’ word for it that all is well with a property. An independent property inspector can save you a great deal of money and heartache by ensuring that the property you buy is in tip-top ...
The offer to purchase agreement - information on important clauses
A brief description of what should be included in each section of the offer to purchase.
Seller's rights under the Consumer Protection Act
Advice from Jose Delgado, a corporate commercial attorney, about a property seller's rights, according to the CPA.
Does the "Voetstoets" clause still apply to lease agreements?
The Rental Housing Amendment Bill now requires that the landlord maintains and places the property fit for the purpose for which it was let.