This specific property forms part of an Insolvent Estate and a Mandatory 10 % deposit of amount offered must be presented alongside accepted offers or as per the request by the administrative appointed individual by the Master of the High Court upon acceptance of your offer.
This delightful and solid family home offers well-proportioned accommodation, comprising open-plan living areas, three bedrooms, 2 neat bathrooms (1 En-suite) open-plan kitchen and an entertainment area and swimming pool.
The Deposit is by order of the Master of High Courts appointed Trustee/Liquidator and is non- negotiable.
Do you meet the deposit requirements and do you wish to view this property?
Commission is payable by Seller and not Purchaser.
This property is selling under market value due to the fact that some aspects might need reparations or just the fact that it needs an overhauling is enough motivation to make this property as attractive as possible for you by lowering the price slightly to enhance activity to the maximum for the public audience, our most valuable asset, YOU, the buyer.
Insolvency in South African law refers to a status of diminished legal capacity (capitis diminutio) imposed by the courts on persons who are unable to pay their debts, or (which amounts to the same thing) whose liabilities exceed their assets. The insolvent's diminished legal capacity entails deprivation of certain of his important legal capacities and rights, in the interests of protecting other persons, primarily the general body of existing creditors, but also prospective creditors. Insolvency is also of benefit to the insolvent, in that it grants him relief in certain respects.
In broad and everyday terms, a person is insolvent when he is unable to pay his debts. In legal terms, however, the test for insolvency is whether or not the debtor’s liabilities, fairly estimated, exceed his assets, fairly valued. Inability to pay debts is, at most, merely eviden