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Property Attorneys

The Real Estate and Property Law attorneys of Adams & Adams advise clients on the full array of complex issues throughout the property industry. We represent a wide variety of developers, lenders, investment banks, real estate trusts and private clients.

Our Property Law Services Include:

  • Advising on and drafting of commercial and residential leases
  • Commercial and residential developments, including township establishment and sectional title developments
  • 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
  • Financial planning and structuring of share block and time share schemes
  • Financial structuring of property transactions
  • Miscellaneous applications, consents and endorsements required in the Property Law process
  • Negotiating and drafting agreements relating to the sale of residential and commercial properties
  • Project and commercial property development finance advice
  • Registration and cancellation of all types of bonds, including mortgage-, surety-, collateral- and notarial bonds
  • Registration of all types of servitudes
  • Subdivision and consolidation of properties

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What is a conveyancer and why do I need one when I buy or sell a house?

Can you briefly explain the property transfer process in South Africa?

What is the “Voetstoots” clause in the sale agreement?

As the buyer of immovable property, what are the costs I can expect to pay?

Who keeps my original title deed and what happens if it gets lost?

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How can we help you?

We have offices in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban, please contact your nearest office for any legal enquiry or assistance.

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