Property and Trusts: Repeated Setbacks

Property practitioners deal with trusts in many instances, whether as purchasers, sellers, borrowers or grantors of rights. Trusts are very much part of one’s daily transactions involving immovable property. Scanning the judgments of our courts in the various divisions, one will find frequent instances where a trust denies liability because its own internal requirements, as… Continue reading Property and Trusts: Repeated Setbacks

CONTRACTUAL CAPACITY AND CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT: 1) Elements of a valid and legally binding contract of sale: – In South African Law, the sale of immovable property is governed by The Alienation of Land Act, 1981. – There are 7(seven) essential elements that must be contained and/or adhered to have a valid and enforceable contract… Continue reading