Property Law (Conveyancing)

Conveyancing is a process that deals with the transfer of immovable property (or real rights in immovable property) from one person to another. It also involves the hypothecation of immovable property by means of mortgage bonds, as well as the execution of various other acts with regards to immovable property. This includes the preparation of deeds and documents for registration or filing in the deeds registry. This refers to the whole registration process, including the drafting, lodgment and signing of documents by different authorised persons (this includes EMI)

To name a few services that fall under this category:

  • Transfer of property
  • Registration of Mortgage Bonds
  • Advice on Financing your property
  • Sectional Title Registers
  • Extension of Sectional Title Schemes
  • Subdivisions and Consolidations
  • Notarial Agreements
  • Township Establishments