Property Durban Attorney
A property Durban attorney works with everything related to property. Most commonly, with the transfer of property in the event of buying or selling property. A property attorney undergoes additional examinations and has to be admitted by the High Court of South Africa to practice as a property attorney, also known as a conveyancer. This is because a property attorney is a specialist in his field. In addition to his responsibilities to the transfer of ownership, a property attorney may also assist you with Title Deeds and zoning issues. In other instances, a Conveyancer’s Certificate may be required and the property attorney will be able to provide this. In cases of liquidation and sequestration, a property attorney is required too. The duties of a property lawyer do not stop there. they also provide services where property forms part of a deceased estate. While their services are not optional in many events, you will not come across a property attorney often, unless you work in a field directly related to property, like real estate or property development.