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"I chose Seeff back in 1995 as I recognised an opportunity to partner with a premier brand even at that time. I was somewhat surprised that Seeff was selling franchises and I seized the opportunity, recognising the synergy real estate had with a legal practice.

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A data breach seems to be reported at least once a month, most recently at financial services company and life fund, Liberty, as well as at the end of last year from well-known and reputable estate agency, AIDA. When selling your home, you are required to

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Q1 Hi, I recently purchased a house in a complex, which is yet to be built. The body corporate has emailed me a statement for levies that must be paid. Is the homeowner supposed to pay the full levy even though the house is not even

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When it comes to retail marketing for shopping centres, direct marketing schemes conducted using different types of electronic communications (e.g. SMS, e-mail, telephone calls, snail mail) are so lucrative that landlords and tenants are allured by the benefits. Electronic communications is one of the most

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Q In line with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI), may I provide information I receive from a prospective tenant (not signed up yet) to the owner of the property at this stage already? The owner asked me to send it through to her before

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