Buying a used vehicle will never be an entirely risk-free business, but what happens when, after forking out good money for what turns out to be a total dud, you are fobbed off by the seller with a dismissive “sorry, it’s your problem and your loss”?
Divorce is at best stressful for everyone, and at worst it involves bitter dispute and recrimination, perhaps to the extent of one or both parties applying for a “forfeiture of benefits” order.
In times of economic turmoil, the promise of “easy money” can be incredibly enticing. Unfortunately, this allure often leads people…
If things fall apart and divorce looms it is easy in all the stress and hurly-burly of the break-up to forget all about your will.
If you are forming a new company or buying into one, don’t neglect one vital aspect – formulating and signing a full, correctly structured shareholders’ agreement, tailored to meet your particular needs and circumstances.
Individuals and special trusts will benefit from bracket and other inflation-linked adjustments proposed in Budget 2023.
As Eskom’s woes deepen, more and more homeowners are looking at installing solar panel systems to keep the lights on. We’ll share some tips on keeping on the right side of the law.
The Case of the Summons Served on a Complex Security Guard.
There’s nothing to pour cold water on the excitement of a successful house sale quite like the realization that the buyer isn’t going to get a bond from the bank. We discuss the option of a “kustingsbrief” or “seller’s bond”.