Tables of Costs - GhostDigest

By: Ghostdigest  12-08-2011
Keywords: conveyancing, Law Society, Deeds Office

The Conveyancing Tables have been updated to reflect the recent changes to transfer duty announced in the Budget and which came into effect from the 23 February 2011.

In terms of Government Gazette No. 33413 Notice No. R.659, a new Schedule of Fees of Office as prescribed by regulations 84 and 86 will come into operation next month.

Documents setting out the recommended guidelines relating to the apportionment of fees and wasted costs.

The latest Tables of Costs - ready reckoner reflecting Deeds Office changes to the Fees Schedule is out.

The Law Society of South Africa recently issued new Recommended guidelines of fees for conveyancers.

Korbitec has released its Tables of Costs - ready reckoner.

Correction of error found in the Transfer Costs table.

Korbitec's popularTables of Costs for Conveyancing booklet, compiled in association with conveyancing attorney Paul Kloppers and the law firm Jan S de Villiers, has been rendered into two Portable Document Format (PDF) documents. They are the Tables of Costs - ready reckonerand the Tables of Costs - with legislation booklets.

Keywords: conveyancing, Deeds Office, Law Society

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