The Property Practitioners Bill is intended to repeal the current Estate Agency Affairs Act, 1976 (Act No. 112 of 1976) Its objective is to respond to the changing market conditions which over the years increasingly saw the property transaction processes gaining momentum, importance and value.
As part of this law making activity, public participation hearings will be held across the country. The process is promoting and encouraging an all inclusive and meaningful engagements that will assist the Department of Human Settlements in fulfilling its constitutional obligation, which requires that all interested parties or institutions that will be affected by the Bill must make or submit written comments.
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