Question: You are a landlord and you entered into a commercial lease with a Close Corporation (CC) as the tenant. Despite all three members of the CC signing the lease, one of the members is now trying to say he never signed the resolution. Is it a legal requirement that all three members of the […]
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Jacques is an expert on commercial law, which includes the drafting of commercial agreements, advising on business rescue, the restructuring and transferring of businesses, and the implementation of company law. He consults variously with employers and employees on employment law matters and also advises on estate planning, and the drafting of wills and trusts. Jacques joined STBB from CK Friedlander when the two firms merged in 2012.
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In the previous article we looked at the requirements to structure a sale as the sale of a going concern for purposes of Value Added Tax. In this article, we will highlight other aspects that sellers and purchasers need to keep in mind when selling a farm as a going concern. Read the article by Jacques […]
In order to avoid the cash flow implications of paying VAT, most farmers, when disposing of the whole or a portion of a farm, would do so by selling the farm or the specific portion as a going concern. The agreements that govern such transactions can be complex. Read the article by Jacques Blignaut, STBB […]
Published in February 2015 edition of Commercial & Industrial Property News Private company property sale may involve Takeover Regulation Panel