NGL Attorneys | Commercial, Business and Property Law

What happens when you have lost your original title deed?

Before transfer of a property takes place, the original Title Deed must be provided to the Conveyancer. If the Seller has a Bond over their Property, the Bank will hold this title deed. If there is no Bond, the Seller will be obliged to provide the Title Deed. It sometimes does happen that the original […]

Get ahead of potential problems in your transfer process

Selling your property should be a relatively painless process. However, it is important to note that the obligations of the Seller do not end at simply signing the Offer to Purchase and moving out of the Property. Some of the most common issues that come up during the sale of the Property are as follows: […]

What is a Title Deed?

If you are planning to buy a new property, you will need to get the title deed transferred into your name to prove that you are the owner of the property. You will need the assistance of a lawyer specialising in property transfers (also known as a conveyancer) to help you transfer the title deed […]

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