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K. Special Clauses

Suspensive Conditions Estates: Master’s Consent This sale is subject to the consent of the Master of the High Court in terms of Section 42(1) of the Administration of Estates Act No. 66 of 1965. This clause must be inserted whenever a property is sold out of a deceased estate and the Executor signs on behalf of the estate. The consent will be a formality unless there is some special reason why the...

L7. Basic Terms in Property Sales

1. Immovable property Is land, whether unimproved (i.e. vacant) or improved (i.e land with permanent improvements such as a house). A piece of land and all the permanent improvements constitute a single entity, namely one immovable property. This means that the permanent improvements cannot be sold independently of the land. It is also not possible to transfer ownership in portions of a building to...

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