Cape Town Property Attorney
A property attorney is formally called a conveyancer. An attorney must write additional exams and be admitted by the High Court of South Africa to practice as a property attorney/conveyancer. A property attorney deals with the transfer of immovable property from one person to the next. Unless you work in a field that deals with property, such as real estate, bonds or if you are a property investor, you will not often deal with a Cape Town property attorney. The transfer of property is a complex process and can only be concluded by a property attorney. A property attorney, or conveyancer, is a specialist in the field of property transference. Buying property is commonly the most expensive purchase you’ll make and should therefore be dealt with by a specialist. A property attorney also handles other areas of property law. if you lose your Deed, for instance, you will need to get a new Title Deed, which must be applied for by a property attorney.