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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE DEEDS OFFICE:The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development would like to provide an update to members of the public regarding the reopening of the deeds offices, as per the revised lockdown regulations. Deeds registration has been identified an essential service, according to COVID-19 level 4 lockdown regulations, as of 01 May 2020.Level 4 regulations require that the department puts in place necessary health measures before the services can resume. These measures will ensure that clients and departmental officials are not exposed to any health risks.The Chief Registrar of Deeds, Ms Carlize Knoesen, would like to assure members of the public that the plan of implementing these measures is at an advanced stage and will be finalised soon.An announcement on when the offices will reopen will be made in due course.Issued by the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development ... See MoreSee Less
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTWe confirm that we are committed to our clients and agents alike and endeavour to continue with all matters as quickly as possible.We are aware that part of the Gazetted Regulatory Amendments released last night by the Presidency, confirms that the Deeds Office will be an entity which will open under level 4.We confirm that various procedures must be implemented at the Deeds Office before conveyancers will be allowed to return and attend to their matters. We understand that this will be implemented during the course of next week, and will wait their confirmation on when matters will proceed. They have confirmed a phased approach in this instance, including a limit on the amount of people allowed in the Deeds Office at any given time. We urge clients and agents alike to understand therefore, that this will cause delay.We cannot yet confirm the approach which will be used by the municipal councils in this regard. All these offices will need to implement their own policies and procedures in order to maintain the legal requirements as set out by the President.We understand various ministers and the President himself, will be addressing these issues during the course of today.Should any of the above information change, we will inform every one of the same as quickly as possible.We do however, confirm that all our staff are committed to continue working on all matters as urgent and further confirm that TLT Attorneys is operating as far as possible from home.We urge all clients and agents to contact our management team if they have any further queries or would like any information clarified.We’re all on board and are working hard to be able to balance our clients’ and agents’ needs while also doing our part in the “flattening-the-curve” initiative.Best RegardsTHE TLT ATTORNEYS TEAM ... See MoreSee Less
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTWe would like to extend a message to agents and clients a like, during this lock-down period and reassure everyone that we continue to work as far as possible on each matter to avoid any delays when we return.We continue to take heed of our President’s directives and after confirmation that the lock-down will be moved from Level 5 to Level 4 from 1 May 2020, we confirm that the current directive is that the deeds office will be open from Level 3.We understand that there are many that believe the directive that was released that the deeds office will be open from Level 4, however this has not yet been gazetted nor has the Disaster Management Act and its regulations been amended to reveal the same. The document surrounding this allegation is a draft document and therefore cannot be taken as final until all processes surrounding amendments, have been complied with.The information we currently have is that the final directives surrounding Level 4 will be released on Thursday, 30 April 2020.Should any of the above information change, or confirmation is received that the Deeds Office is open during this time, we will inform every one of the same as quickly as possible.We would like nothing more than for the Deeds Office, including all municipal councils, to open as soon as possible in order to expedite everyone’s matters as urgent.We urge all client’s and agent’s to contact our management team if they have any further queries or would like any information clarified.We’re all on board and are working hard to be able to balance our clients’ and agents’ needs while also doing our part in the “flattening-the-curve” initiative.Best RegardsTHE TLT ATTORNEYS TEAM ... See MoreSee Less
TLT TOP TIP: Unfortunately the lock-down has been extended for many in different industries. To try and find a silver lining, you've been given an opportunity to catch up on your admin, keep yourself updated with the news, and finish those projects you've always wanted to.TLT Attorneys are continuing our efforts to keep clients and their matters up to date to avoid any delays when things go back to "normal", and are therefore available and on call to assist with any queries you may have in our fields of expertise;- Last Will and Testaments- Deceased Estates- Property TransfersOur staff are ready and waiting to assist where possible during this time! Contact us on 010 442 9042 or visit our website at www.tltattorneys.com for more information about us. ... See MoreSee Less
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