INTRODUCTIONThis article briefly explores the duty of the seller and the property practitioner to disclose defects to prospective purchasers when selling immovable property, and the parameters of this duty. DISCLOSURE AND PROPERTY PRACTITIONERSThe duty of an estate agent with regards to the issue of disclosures is set out in Regulation 34.3.2 of the Property Practitioners
By Chantelle Gladwin-Wood, Partner and Erin Gradidge, Candidate Attorney 3 August 2022 Introduction The City of Johannesburg (“COJ”) updated its Rates Policy (as it does annually) in late May 2022 and removed the “education” category, which has appeared in prior rates policies from 2008 to date. There is presently no “education” category in the current
Introduction Judgment in the matter of Kensington Residents and Ratespayers Association NPC v Unoda John NO and others  was handed down on 21 May 2019 in the Gauteng Local Division of the High Court by Judge Carelse.  This matter was handled by Chantelle Gladwin-Wood (Partner) and Maike Gohl (Senior Associate) at Schindlers on a pro-bono