OBLIGATIONS OF LANDLORDS

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 Many South Africans find themselves as a party to a lease agreement, being either the tenant or the landlord. Too often than not, these lease agreements come to a clashing end, where one of the respective parties, or sometimes both, feel aggrieved and wishes to pursue legal remedies. The most common of these events are […]

Consent to travel with a minor.

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STRUGGLING TO OBTAIN YOUR ESTRANGED SPOUSE, DIVORCEE OR EX – PARTNERS CONSENT FOR YOU TO TRAVEL WITH YOUR MINOR CHILD ACROSS THE BORDER OF SOUTH AFRICA? In the event where you already made traveling plans and/or booked tickets for you and your minor child to travel across the borders of South Africa for the Christmas […]

LIQUIDATIONS

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  What is Liquidation?   In essence liquidation takes place where the unfortunate event occurs where a company would come to the point where it cannot pay its debts or alternatively to the latter, the company’s liabilities would exceed its assets.   What is the purpose of the process?   The purpose of liquidation, is […]

ARE YOU OR YOUR BUSINESS FINACIALLY UNDER PRESURE?

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FAQ’S   What does insolvency mean? According to the Companies Act 71 of 2008, a company or corporation satisfies the solvency and liquidity test, if the aggregate assets of the company, fairly valued, equal or exceed the liabilities of the company at any given time.   What is the difference between Liquidations & Sequestrations? Sequestrations […]

SEQUESTRATIONS

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WHAT IS A SEQUESTRATION? Sequestration is the voluntary surrendering of your estate under the governance of the Insolvency Act 24 of 1936. The Lawful requirement in order to surrender your estate is that you must be able to pay your creditors at least 20 cents for each R1.00 of Debt. The purpose of this specific […]