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COMMENTARY ON THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS BILL OF 2018 – PART 5

PART 5 This is the final installment in the series on the proposed legislation. PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LIMITATION ON RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER SERVICE PROVIDERS Property Practitioners are not ...
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COMMENTARY ON THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS BILL OF 2018 – PART 4

APPLICATION FOR A FIDELITY FUND CERTIFICATE (FFC) Every Property Practitioner must apply to the PPRA, and pay the fee, for an FFC. These applications do however only have to be ...
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CHANGES TO PROCEDURE TO REPLACE LOST OR DAMAGED COPIES OF TITLE DEEDS OR BONDS

In order to transfer or cancel any real right that is registered in the deeds office one has to lodge the original holding deed, such as a title deed or ...
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COMMENTARY ON THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS BILL OF 2018 – PART 3

THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS FIDELITY FUND In just the same way as the Property Practitioners Regulatory Authority will take over from the Estate Agency Affairs Board, the Estate Agents Fidelity Fund ...
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COMMENTARY ON THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS BILL OF 2018 – PART 2

TRANSFORMATION OF THE PROPERTY SECTOR You might recall that the property sector has a Transformation Charter which was finalised in 2017.  In chapter 4 of the new Act it is ...
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COMMENTARY ON THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS BILL OF 2018 – PART 1

As mentioned in my last Newsflash of 2018, this Bill is about to become the law that will replace the Estate Agency Affairs Act, that has regulated the profession since ...
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CASE LAW UPDATE: TRADING WITHOUT A FIDELITY FUND CERTIFICATE – CLAIMING COMMISSION AND ENFORCING A RESTRAINT OF TRADE

There have been two recent cases dealing with agencies that traded without Fidelity Fund Certificates (FFC's) which we thought would be of interest to you. Here are summaries of the two ...
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EXPROPRIATON BILL PUBLISHED FOR COMMENT!

Dear all Government published a draft Expropriation Bill for public comment on Friday 21 December 2018. We have until 19 February 2019 to comment on it. Follow this link to ...
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Executive Summary of the Expropriation Bill, with AND without compensation. What you need to know.

Government has published a draft Expropriation Bill for public comment on Friday 21 December 2018. (Follow this link to add your comments - closing date for comments is midnight 19 ...
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