Welcome to Fuchs Roux Incorporated

- Don't expect the usual ...

An Established Law Firm
Specialising In Property Law

Our next area of specialty is in relationships. Our team believes that doing things faster isn't always the best way to build long lasting relationships with both our clients, associates and/or business partners.

We believe in putting in the time it takes to do things right – right in terms of quality and right according to good, ethical business practice.

The strong relationships ensure positive interaction between our attorneys, the estate agents, originators, banks, consultants, purchasers and sellers, and ensures the quick registration of various rights relating to immovable property in deeds offices all over South Africa.

Our office is conveniently located at 373 Queens Crescent, Lynnwood, Pretoria. When you enter our offices you enter a friendly helpful law office that practices 21st century property law at its best.

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Our legal services

  • Conveyancing and Deeds Registration
  • Full Title, Sectional Title and Estate transfers
  • Registration and cancellation of bonds
  • Consolidation and subdivision of properties
  • Various Applications, Endorsements and Consents
  • Notarial Agreements including Servitudes
  • Proclamation of Townships
  • Share Block and financial Schemes
  • Agreements: Sale/Lease of residential and commercial properties
  • Antenuptial agreements: advice and registration
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Latest News

January 11, 2022

What tenants need to know to protect their rights

Must my residential lease agreement be in writing? It is currently not a requirement for a residential lease agreement to be in writing – a verbal […]
January 11, 2022

Should I plan my estate as a young adult?

It is very important for you to plan your estate, which could include a living will, a last will and a living trust. This can help […]
November 29, 2021

Deceased’s will declared invalid, despite clear wishes

The Wills Act sets out the requirements for a valid Last Will and Testament. For a will to be valid, it must be signed and witnessed. […]
 

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