1. Non-refundable or forfeiture clause Sellers are sometimes sold on the idea of including a non-refundable deposit clause in the Contract of Sale. More often than not, sellers are under
- Articles at Molenaar & Griffiths Attorneys, Sasolburg under the guidance of Principal Leon Molenaar.
- Admitted as an Attorney of the Supreme Court of South Africa (Orange Free State Provincial Division) in 1984.
- Appointed as Director of Molenaar & Griffiths Incorporated Sasolburg in 1986.
- Admitted as Conveyancer in 1996.
- Currently a member of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces.
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