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A step-by-step guide to selling your property in Pretoria

Selling a house can be both exciting and overwhelming. As a homeowner in Pretoria, you may have questions about the process, the legal requirements, and the steps involved. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the entire journey of selling your house, from putting it on the market to the transfer of ownership. Let’s…

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10 important clauses to include in your residential lease agreement

A residential lease agreement serves as the tenancy’s blueprint: It specifies the landlord’s and tenant’s rights and obligations. It is not just a legally binding contract that the parties may enforce in court; it is also a highly practical document that contains critical information such as how long the tenants can occupy the property and…

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The best advice for first time Sectional Title Scheme Executives

Appointing Scheme Executives is one of the most significant decisions that Bodies Corporate must make each year. Scheme Executives are an essential component of a Sectional Title Scheme, and they are expected to carry out their responsibilities with the best interests of the scheme in mind. For this reason, it is imperative that Scheme Executives…

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Embracing new beginnings after losing a child: Finding hope in the new year

As the New Year approaches, many talk about fresh starts and new beginnings. But when you have experienced the profound loss of a child, the idea of a ‘new beginning’ can feel complex and emotionally charged. I’m Jeanne van den Bergh, a social worker in private practice, and I’ve supported many parents through this heart-wrenching…

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5 ways to navigate the festive season after the loss of a child

The festive season, a time traditionally filled with joy and celebration, can be particularly challenging when you’re grappling with the unimaginable loss of a child. As a social worker in private practice, I’ve worked with many who’ve faced this heartache. Today, I want to share some strategies that have helped others navigate this difficult period….

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Coping with the end of a long-term friendship

Friendships are the threads that weave the fabric of our lives, offering companionship, support, and countless shared memories. But when a friendship that’s been a part of your life for years starts to unravel due to circumstances beyond your control, it can be a tough pill to swallow. Losing a long-term friend is like closing…

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