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  • Amendments to the Extension of Security of Tenure Act Regulations (Act No.62 of 1997) +

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  • Bela-Bela Communal Property Association empowers Univen School of Agriculture students +

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  • Call for comments on Land Survey Amendment Bill +

    The Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform has published has published the Land Survey Amendment Bill, and is asking you to comment. The Bill seeks: To amend the Land Read More
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The general public is hereby invite to comment on the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform's intention to re-aling and amend the areas of jurisdiction of deeds registries in Johannesburg and Pretoria. (read more)

The public are hereby invited to make written submission in favour of or against the above to:

The Chief Registrat of Deeds
Department of Rural Development and Land Reform
Private Bag X918

For attention: Ms P Gubuza

Or E-mail to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Written submission must reach the Chief Registrar of Deeds on or before 31 January 2018.

Please also view the Deeds Area (Local and District Municipalities)...

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