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How do we do it?

Meumann White Attorneys is a vibrant, dynamic firm of attorneys and property lawyers, specialising in property law, who are committed to giving our clients a remarkable service. To do this we provide: an office close to our clients; the latest IT available; enthusiastic, highly trained staff who understand the needs of our clients; back-up and support 24/7 when our clients need it. We want to be seen as leaders in our field, especially in Conveyancing and Property Law.

We opened our first 2 law firm offices in Durban and Amanzimtoti in 1970. We opened our offices at the Bluff in 1987, Umhlanga in 2002 and in Hillcrest in 2004.

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Services we offer

Property Law
  • Conveyancing
  • Notarial agreements
  • Property investigations
  • Sale agreements
  • Sectional title developments
  • Township development
  • Estate planning
  • Wills
  • Winding up of deceased estates
Family Law
  • Marriage / Marital contracts
  • Divorce
  • Custody / access
Commercial law
  • Commercial Agreements
  • Company & Close Corporations formations and transfers
  • Leases
  • Property development agreement
  • Civil actions
  • Estate Agent / Property Broker
  • Commission Claims
  • Liquidations
  • Sequestrations

Meumann White News

05 / May / 2017 Fee Increase with Effect from 01 May 2017

FEE INCREASE   The conveyancing tariff fee for transfers & bonds has been increased, on average, by 7.5% ... Read More

05 / May / 2017 Deeds Office Fee Increase from 01 April 2017

          Deeds Office fees are to increase from 1 April 2017 as published in ... Read More

05 / May / 2017 Budget 2017 - Transfer Duty & "Withholding Tax"

BUDGET 2017 – TRANSFER DUTY & ‘WITHHOLDING TAX’ In terms of the Budget Speech delivered by Minister Pravin ... Read More

Property News

Peggy-Sue Khumalo’s six ‘Ps’ of life for entrepreneurial success

Few people are better positioned to share valuable insight for entrepreneurs on goal setting with determination than Peggy-Sue. Get a head start...

Cash-strapped consumers ditch luxury goods for necessities

South Africans are cutting down on luxury goods and spending more money on basic groceries and necessary clothing items.

New apartments in Cape Town’s Tokai selling from R1.699m

Built over five storeys and situated centrally in Tokai, Royale on Main will offer 1- and 2-bed apartments from R1.699m to R1.799m, including VAT.

What makes a property sale contract valid?

A valid contract protects both the seller and buyer during a property sale. But what is required to make the contract legal and binding? Read on…

6 questions to ask when choosing a tiling contractor

Not ticking all the necessary boxes when choosing a tiler can result in shoddy workmanship and costly repairs. Here's a handy guide...