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Title Deed Conditions: Municipal building clause containing reversionary right in favour of a municipality

05 July 2022,  Libo van Aswegen

The practical implication of a recent Constitutional Court ruling is that should a Title Deed contain a similar condition affording a Municipality the right to claim re-transfer of a property within a certain period of time, the right will no

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The tax benefits to crypto currency losses

04 July 2022,  Tanya Strauss
Markets have experiencied a 50 to 60% slump in prices from the heights of the crypto currency boom. This has left many high-risk investors deflated, with many realising significant financial losses in recent months, and raising a relatively new quest
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So what are crypto assets really?

04 July 2022
There is still huge uncertainty about crypto assets and what their true nature is – especially after the use of the term cryptocurrency was replaced with crypto assets. Are crypto assets really money, or is it something else?
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Medical malpractice claims – is it a get-rich-quick scheme?

30 June 2022,  Japie Kruger
Medical malpractice claims are complex, notoriously difficult to win and very, very lengthy before any payout is achieved, should you be successful. So does this mean you should not pursue a valid medical malpractice claim? Of course not! It just mea
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Judge sets the standard by ordering therapy for child rape victim

15 June 2022,  Dorka Ndhlovu
In light of Youth Day, it is important to reflect on the fact that in all matters relating to the care, protection and wellbeing of a child, the child’s best interest is of paramount importance. Be that as it may, how often do we actually see t
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The huge implications new court ruling has for marriage and divorce in South Africa

17 May 2022,  Ilze Strydom
A new High Court judgment has far-reaching implications for parties getting divorced and married out of community of property in South Africa. The effect will be that all parties married out of community of property without inclusion of the ac
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Accounting and taxation of your offshore investments: are you doing it right?

27 April 2022,  Tanya Strauss
In these unprecedented times, the old saying that nothing is certain except death and taxes, feels truer than ever. This is particularly the case for taxes of South African residents given the South African Revenue Services’ renewed focus and e
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Is a trust still relevant?

27 April 2022,  Candice Reynders
The first question many of our clients ask when we propose the use of a trust for their estate or corporate structuring is “but is a trust still a safe option to use?”. A big reason for the question is probably some of the &lsquo
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Title Deed Conditions: Municipal building clause containing reversionary right in favour of a municipality

05 July 2022,  Libo van Aswegen

The practical implication of a recent Constitutional Court ruling is that should a Title Deed contain a similar condition affording a Municipality the right to claim re-transfer of a property within a certain period of time, the right will no

Show more

The tax benefits to crypto currency losses

04 July 2022,  Tanya Strauss
Markets have experiencied a 50 to 60% slump in prices from the heights of the crypto currency boom. This has left many high-risk investors deflated, with many realising significant financial losses in recent months, and raising a relatively new quest
Show more

So what are crypto assets really?

04 July 2022
There is still huge uncertainty about crypto assets and what their true nature is – especially after the use of the term cryptocurrency was replaced with crypto assets. Are crypto assets really money, or is it something else?
Show more

Medical malpractice claims – is it a get-rich-quick scheme?

30 June 2022,  Japie Kruger
Medical malpractice claims are complex, notoriously difficult to win and very, very lengthy before any payout is achieved, should you be successful. So does this mean you should not pursue a valid medical malpractice claim? Of course not! It just mea
Show more

Judge sets the standard by ordering therapy for child rape victim

15 June 2022,  Dorka Ndhlovu
In light of Youth Day, it is important to reflect on the fact that in all matters relating to the care, protection and wellbeing of a child, the child’s best interest is of paramount importance. Be that as it may, how often do we actually see t
Show more

The huge implications new court ruling has for marriage and divorce in South Africa

17 May 2022,  Ilze Strydom
A new High Court judgment has far-reaching implications for parties getting divorced and married out of community of property in South Africa. The effect will be that all parties married out of community of property without inclusion of the ac
Show more

Accounting and taxation of your offshore investments: are you doing it right?

27 April 2022,  Tanya Strauss
In these unprecedented times, the old saying that nothing is certain except death and taxes, feels truer than ever. This is particularly the case for taxes of South African residents given the South African Revenue Services’ renewed focus and e
Show more

Is a trust still relevant?

27 April 2022,  Candice Reynders
The first question many of our clients ask when we propose the use of a trust for their estate or corporate structuring is “but is a trust still a safe option to use?”. A big reason for the question is probably some of the &lsquo
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