The Supreme Court of Appeal has declared that municipalities’ forward projection of rates as being invalid. This emerged in the case of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality v Amber Mountain Investments 3 (Pty) Ltd (case (576/2016)  ZASCA 36).
“In order to transfer a property, one of
Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
Hi, is a residential landlord ever legally allowed to charge VAT on rent? - Simon
Hi Simon, no. A landlord may not charge VAT in respect of residential premises, even if the landlord is a registered VAT vendor.
In terms of section 12(c) of the Value Added
The pool of global “travelling students” is predicted to double to eight million by 2025, with Britain set to attract more than the US, according to the British Council. These students need to live somewhere – and can pay.
Due to the weakening of the pound
Three Pretoria East suburbs have emerged as millennial drawcards over the past few years. They include Hazelwood, Constantia Park and Equestria.
Hazelwood enjoys trendy street café culture, according to Corli van Heerden, a Seeff agent for the area, and is fast becoming one of the hippest
Hi Nick, my wife and I are having a disagreement. She does not believe that there is reason to change the time we water our lawn with winter approaching, while I have heard that it is best to water your lawn mid-morning in winter. Please
Hi, why is there a clause in the lease to say the owner can sell at any time during the tenancy? Doesn't the huur gaat voor koop law protect tenants against this? - Sharon
Hi Sharon, the short answer is that the owner may want to
Business tip of the day
The self-discipline you used to create your enterprise is the same self-discipline you need now to say "no" to abusive working requirements from your ego, clients, customers and others. Set boundaries and keep them rigidly because one crack in the wall
Mr. Naidoo needed to know if his plans to sell his current home to his family trust and buy a second, or new, primary residence was financially sound and clever from a tax perspective. Read #AskaTaxman’s response here.
This is his follow up question.
Just thinking through
There is no user manual for all aspects of homeownership, from moving, to taking occupation and to maintaining and understanding common and uncommon defects. Albert van Wyk has more than 38 years’ worth of building experience and has put all he has learned into a