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Conveyancing Correspondent Pretoria.

Are you looking for a correspondent who attends to registrations in the Pretoria Deeds Office? Look no further than Louwrens Koen Attorneys. We attend the Deeds Office every day, and already register and execute for a number of other firms as a correspondent.
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When you plan to buy or sell your most important investment, you need legal assistance of the highest quality to ensure the accurate and speedy processing of your transfer. We offer professional service of the highest standard providing personalised service to our valued clients, whether buyer or seller. We know that regular feedback on the progress of your transaction is important to you, and offer instant notification of updates via sms and email.

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What is a Title Deed?

Why is it so important?

A Title Deed is documentary proof of ownership in terms of the Deeds Registries Act 47 of 1937. Each property has its own separate Title Deed. It is an important document containing all the details pertaining to a particular property. These details inter alia include:

The name of the existing owner as well as the previous owners.
A detailed property description which includes size
The purchase price of the property paid by the existing owner
Conditions applicable to the zoning, use and sale of the land
All real rights and servitudes registered in respect of the property.

The owner will normally have the Title Deed or a copy thereof in his possession. It is very important to carefully examine the Title Deed pertaining to a property before considering signature of an offer to purchase.

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Let us assist with making an Offer to Purchase Property.

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Making an offer to purchase. Let us assist. Start by downloading our comprehensive offer to purchase agreement. Contact us or schedule a meeting to let us assist you with the completion of the contract. Before making the contract it is very important to find out as much as possible regarding the property. We suggest you click here for our informative article on matters to consider before making an offer to purchase.

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Register Property Trust

Online Process - R2500.00

A trust is an agreement between an owner of assets and trustees. In terms of this agreement, the trustees undertake that they will administer the trust's assets with the necessary care to the benefit of the beneficiaries. It is an efficient and flexible way to ensure that assets are looked after. It also ensures that assets are objectively managed and controlled by appointed trustees in the best interests of the beneficiaries.

The protection of your loved ones' financial interests is extremely important in the planning of your estate. You want to be sure that your family, and especially minors, will be looked after, and that your estate and income tax obligations are kept as low as possible, so that your heirs can enjoy the full benefit of your estate.

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Getting Married. Register Antenuptial Contract.

Easy Online Process - R1050.0 (all inc)
If you have made the big decision to get married, you are quickly realizing that there are many decisions that need to be made. Other than the dress, wedding and reception, there is also a key legal decision that you should make with your fiancé – whether or not you need a antenuptial agreement. As your decision will affect your legal status, contractual freedom and risk profile it is important to carefully explore your matrimonial regime options before getting married. On this website you will find many informative articles to assist with your decision.Louwrens Koen Attorneys will gladly assist should you need to discuss your specific circumstances.

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Personal Servitudes and Usufructs Explained.

A Usufruct is a legal institution in which someone, who is not the owner, is given the right to use and enjoy the profits and advantages of something belonging to another as long as the property is not damaged or altered in any way, for a certain period of time. At the end of this period, the property must be handed over to the person who owns it.

A usufruct is basically a life interest which someone acquires in terms of a will. It gives the usufructuary the right to use and enjoy specific assets of the estate for the term stipulated by the testator in the will.