Established in 1900, STBB is a firm of approximately 90 business-minded lawyers practising from 11 offices throughout South Africa.
By understanding our clients’ needs and objectives, we strive to deliver cost-effective legal solutions for all business and personal matters. We are committed to developing close working relationships with our clients, enabling us to succeed consistently on their behalf.
SPECIALISED PROPERTY LAW SERVICES
STBB is one of South Africa’s largest and most experienced property law firms. We pride ourselves on providing a personal and dedicated service to our clients. We our property law related services include:
- Negotiating and drafting agreements relating to the sale of residential, commercial and agricultural properties.
- Registration and cancellation of all types of bonds, including mortgage-, surety-, collateral- and notarial bonds.
- Registration of all types of servitudes.
- Miscellaneous applications, consents and endorsements required in the conveyancing process.
- Conventional transfers of properties, as well as transfers as a result of or in terms of liquidations, auctions, court orders, foreclosures, divorces, donations, deceased estates and insolvent estates.
- Subdivision and consolidation of properties.
- Advising on and drafting of commercial and residential leases.
OTHER AREAS OF EXPERTISE
STBB has various departments specialising in specific aspects of law. Any professional at any of our branches will be able to recommend an appropriate professional to meet your needs, given their speciality and the location most convenient for you.
- All conveyancing
- Commercial law
- Commercial property law
- Constitutional law
- Construction law
- Correspondent services
- Divorce, child and family law
- Insolvency law
- Insurance law
- Labour law
- Litigation and dispute resolution
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Motor vehicle accident and personal injury claims
- Municipal planning law
- Non-resident services
- Property development and environmental law
- Residential, Commercial and Development Property Law
- Wills, Trusts and Deceased Estates