Property and Conveyancing:
The Eastern Cape Province does not have its own deeds office and all property related matters in the Eastern Cape is dealt with by the Cape Town Deeds Office, which can cause considerable delays. Lynett@Law makes use of a Cape Town Correspondent's office, Greyvensteins, who is situated in Bellville, who has conveyancers with hands-on experience in their employ and who strive to obtain registration of property transactions in the shortest time possible and to render efficient and personalised service.
Our conveyancing department focus on the achieving of a speedy and hassle free turn around for property transactions, not losing sight of effective and personalised service to the community as well as international clients.
Our conveyancing services include:-
Informing clients iro the amount of transfer and bond registration costs, explaining the reason for payment and the due dates thereof;
The implications of municipal rates and charges when selling or buying property;
Implications of sectional title ownership;
When VAT is applicable to your transaction;
Explaining various terms of contracts, ie. the "voetstoots" clause, "taking over" of a trust, capital gains tax, what is a valid deed of sale and many more aspects of property transactions that might be of concern to you.
A full range of property transaction services include:-
Drafting of sale and acquisition agreements, which includes a free consultation when taking instructions, when we are instructed to attend to the transfer of the relevant property
Drafting of commercial and residential lease agreements
Registration of transfers of residential, commercial and sectional title property
Registration of mortgage bonds
Registration of notarial bonds, servitudes and exclusive use areas
Subdivisions and consolidations
Establishment and registration of township developments
Bond registrations for Commercial and Business clients with Nedbank
Whether you are buying, selling or leasing a property, we will ensure that you are fully familiar with the transfer process as well as what will be required of you during the process.