Goodwood Eviction Help

Eviction Assistance For Properties in Goodwood (Cape Town)
Eviction Help in Goodwood
Reputable South African law practice centrally located in the of centre Cape Town. Our experts deal with law concerns in a timeous and affordable manner. Committed towards making sure that our clients get support service and expertise of an outstanding quality.
Rubensteins Legal representatives is a legal practice situated in Cape Town. We offer a large range of day-to-day law services to our clients, commercial law servicing to business enterprises and public and conveyancing document support services.

Devoted to legal excellence.

The law is complicated. We are not.

We are experts in the arena of residential property law and also hold a extensive understanding of the business and judicial requirements.

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Domestic & Commercial Litigation Attorneys in Goodwood

  • Home and Commercial Evictions
  • Magistrate’s Court and High Court Litigation
  • Real estate Matters
  • Disputes Pertaining To Shares or Membership Rights of Enterprise Entities
  • Formulation of Contractual Case
  • Area Conflicts
  • Insurance coverage law
Contracts and Real estate

  • Listing of Servitudes
  • Certification of General and Sectional Title Transfers
  • Estate Transfers
  • Deeds registry investigations
  • Contribution Transfers
  • Sub-division as well as Consolidations
  • Opening of Sectional Title Registers
Most of us imagine our ideal leasing world: the Tenant that always settles punctually, or the Lessor that is regularly delighted to help. The Tenant/Landlord relationship, however, can be a complicated one to manage. In the real world, points are not typically so uncomplicated, sometimes this relationship can turn problematic.
Rubenstines Attorneys has a comprehensive understanding of commercial and domestic landlord or tenant problems, such as non-payment and holdover cases, founded on such grounds as owner tenancy, non-primary household, illegal subletting and breach of agreement.

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