What type of rates clearance certificate is a seller legally obliged to obtain?

Introduction Following the Supreme Court of Appeal’s Mathabathe judgment in 2013, this area of practice has become fraught with risks for buyers, sellers, banks, estate...
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Free Basic Electricity: Do you have a right to it?

Introduction Electricity has become an integral part of daily life and it cannot be disputed that it has made daily living a little more efficient....
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Internal Publications: KwaZulu – Natal Law Society v Moodley and Another (7037/2014) [2016] ZAKZPHC 25 (26 February 2016)

Summary The Applicant was seeking to strike off the First Respondent from the roll of attorneys on account of her not being a fit and...
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