Deeds of sale (residential and commercial)

Where immovable property is sold it is of no force or effect unless it is contained in a written deed of sale signed by the purchaser and seller.

The Alienation of Land Act 68 of 1981 prescribes legal formalities with which a contract of sale of immovable property must comply in order for it to be valid.

It is of utmost importance to ensure that the intention of the parties is conveyed in the deed of sale and that there is consensus between the relevant parties.

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