Property Transactions 2021-07-09T15:52:36+02:00


Whether you are buying a new house or inherited a property, Property Law can be extremely complex so it is vital that all conveyancing aspects in your transaction are performed by a registered Conveyancer.

In terms of the current legislation, only qualified conveyancers may attend to the transfer of fixed properties and related transactions. This protects the rights and interest of the public and also safeguards the integrity of the South African Land Registration System, which is universally regarded as one of the best in the world. Only an admitted attorney can qualify as a conveyancer.

Lindi Smith is a registered attorney and conveyancer, and is therefore authorized to administer oaths, take acknowledgements and certify documents.  Auditors and Estate Agents regularly refer their clients to us for their conveyancing and property transactions.

Conveyancing is the legal process whereby ownership in immovable property is transferred from one person/party to another and related aspects such as the registration of mortgage bonds and real rights in respect of immovable property.

  • Drafting Deeds of Sale

  • Drafting Commercial and Residential Leases

  • Registration of Conventional and Sectional Title Transfers

  • Estate Transfers

  • Partitition Transfers

  • Registration of Servitudes (Praedial and Personal)

  • Subdivision and Consolidations

  • Donation Transfers

Correspondent conveyancing attorneys operating outside of Cape Town often refer property transfers to us to act as correspondent conveyancer for them at the Cape Town Deeds Office.

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