Conveyancing

Experts in Property &
Conveyancing Law


We have a dedicated conveyancing team, comprising 4 attorneys (Louis Simon, Mignon Ronne, Lois Moshal and Kirsten Barnes), 11 paralegals and administrative staff. They are also ably assisted by 2 public relations officers (Lynne Hyde and Wendy van Huyssteen).



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W e are on the conveyancing panels of most of South Africa’s large banks and have long- standing relationships with numerous estate agencies, individual estate agents as well as numerous corporate clients and developers.

Our staff have access to the latest computer software packages and we have subscriptions with Ghost Convey, e4 and Legal Perfect.

For your benefit we have added Transfer Cost, Bond Cost and Bond repayment Calculators to assist you. Click the image on the left for more information.

What Documents are Required for the Conveyancing process?

1What is required from the Seller to draft documents? (Click here)
  • Identity Documents for Seller & Spouse
  • Marriage Certificate & Ante Nuptial Contract (if applicable)
  • Income Tax Registration Numbers
  • Proof of Residential Address
  • Details of Existing Bond holder and Account Number
  • Rates & Water Account Numbers
  • Details of Managing Agents (sectional title)
  • Certificates (Entomologist, Electrical, Gas & Electrical Fence)
2What is required from the Purchaser to draft documents? (Click here)
  • Identity Documents for Seller & Spouse
  • Marriage Certificate & Ante Nuptial Contract (if applicable)
  • Income Tax Registration Numbers
  • Proof of Residential Address
  • Confirmation of Bond Approval (if applicable)
  • Payment of Proforma Transfer Costs
3What is required to comply with FICA regulations? (Click here)
In terms of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, an accountable institution (this includes attorneys) must obtain from, a client, that person’s –

  1. Full names
  2. Date of birth
  3. Identity number
  4. Income tax registration number, if such a number has been issued to that person
  5. Residential address
An accountable institution must verify these details by comparing these particulars with the original:

  1. Identification document of that person; either the green bar coded id book or the smart card.
  2. Where an identification document cannot be produced or is unclear, another document issued to that person, for example an original passport, which bears-
    1. A photograph of that person
    2. That person’s full names
    3. That person’s date of birth, and
    4. That person’s identity number
  3. The income tax registration number must be verified by comparing this number with a document issued by the South African Revenue Service bearing such a number and the name of the natural person.
  4. The residential address must be verified by means of an utility account not more than 3 months old, which reflects the correct full names or initials and surname, of the person together with the full residential address.