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At Velile Tinto & Associates we have built our business and reputation on maintaining high ethical and professional standards with a “Boutique Hotel” style of exceptional service.

This reputation is continued by a vast team of highly-accomplished attorneys whose unrivalled knowledge and extensive experience ensures that Velile Tinto & Associates remains the legal firm of choice for South African businesses, major corporations and private persons.

Drafting of Contracts

The Nuts and Bolts of the Drafting of Contracts in South Africa Whether it’s the settling of disputes, the selling and leasing of residential or commercial properties, the agreement of a loan, or becoming an independent contractor or employee – every day, people all...

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Attorney Pretoria (Attorney Services)

Top Tips for Selecting the Right Attorneys in Pretoria Are you in need of an attorney? In today’s cut-throat world, attorney services seem to be an unavoidable thing. Whether you’re drafting a will or a trust, looking to make a lawsuit against someone who has done you...

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Professional Litigation Services Gauteng

A Law Firm in Gauteng that is Proficient in All Types of Litigation Services Are you being sued, or are you looking to make a lawsuit against someone? Most of us go through some form of litigation at some point in our lives. Whether you’re being sued for a divorce, a...

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Estate Administration Assistance

Why You Need Assistance with Estate Administration Have you selected someone to administer your estate in the event of your death? Or more importantly, have you done your estate planning? If you haven’t as yet, perhaps now is a good time to do it. Did you know that...

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Litigation Services and What They Mean

Litigation Services and What They Mean Most of us go through some form of litigation at some stage in our lives. Whether it is a claim from a neighbour, a divorce, child maintenance agreements, setting up a will and testament, estate planning – at some stage, we will...

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Wills and Estate Planning

Ensure that the Right People Benefit with Effective Wills and Estate Planning When it comes to wills and estate planning, we often have a head-in-the-sand approach. Nobody wants to come to terms with or recognise their own mortality, but the fact is that it has to be...

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Deceased Estates Management

What Are Deceased Estates and How Does Management Help? A deceased estate is a confusing thing and not many people pay much attention to the management of their deceased estates. Management of these estates can be very problematic, especially when a lot of family...

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Trust Setup and Management

Five Things You Need to Know About Trust Setup and Management There are a lot of questions about trusts. While the primary concern of those setting up a trust is usually to take care of the financial needs of another party or parties, while still maintaining some sort...

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Property and Conveyancing Services

Information About Essential Property and Conveyancing Services in South Africa If you are in the market to buy a property in South Africa right now, you may be in a better position than you may think. The economy has slowed down over the last few years and the...

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Wills and Estate Planning

Why You Should Get Your Wills and Estate Planning in Order with the Right People Let’s face it, nobody really wants to face the possibility or reality of passing away, but at some stage, this needs to happen. We all know that that the only constants in life are death...

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A Home Owner can be Evicted as an Unlawful Occupier

Did you know that even as the owner of a house, you could still be evicted from it as an “unlawful occupier”? That could happen if, to take one example from a recent Supreme Court of Appeal matter, you give someone else a right of habitation...

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Your Will and a Practical Plan For Your Loved Ones

Whether you are young or old, healthy or ill, single or attached, you should have a Will. Without one, you die “intestate”, which means you forfeit your right to decide who inherits what, who administers and distributes your estate, and who looks after...

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Meter Wars: A Consumer Strikes Back

You challenge the accuracy of a services account from your local municipality, thus: “Your meter must be wrong, no way was my consumption that high”. The reply, “We’ve tested the meter and it works fine. Pay up or face disconnection”. Off...

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Neighbors Behaving Badly: Nip Illegal Building In The Bud!

Bad neighbours don’t just impinge on your enjoyment of your property; they can also cause serious harm to its value. So if you notice illegal building activity next door, move quickly to nip the problem in the bud. Your hand in this regard has just been...

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Property Agreements – An Alteration Could Sink Your Sale!

Although in our law most verbal contracts are binding, property sale agreements are an exception. They must be in writing and signed by the parties to be valid, the reason being that it greatly reduces the risk of confusion or dispute as to what the buyer and seller...

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Contracting with a Company: Check For Director Authority!

A recent High Court judgment reminds us once again of how important it is, when dealing with a company, to check that whichever director/s you are dealing with is/are fully authorised to bind the company. R3 800 000.00 in claims attacked A liquidation application was...

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Property and Trusts – Be Careful!

For most of us, business dealings with trusts are most likely to happen when selling a property to, or buying a property from, a trust. But no matter why or how it happens, have your lawyer check that whoever signs for the trust is fully authorised to do so. For want...

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