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3 reasons to be legally savvy

3rd Oct 18

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By Vodacom 1555 Followers

Think only criminals and high-powered business people have lawyers on speed dial? Think again. Even the most innocent of us could encounter legal issues – and if you’re shelling out for legal advice, even the smallest problem could cost you big bucks.

That’s where Vodacom Legal Cover comes in. For a small monthly fee, you get access to an attorney to assist you in a variety of circumstances.

Here are three reasons even the most law-abiding citizen may have a close encounter with the law.

1. You need a home

Whether you’re buying or renting, everyone needs a place to call home. If you’re renting a place, call our Legal Advice line to check that everything is legally above board in your new contract. If you’re the landlord, you can use one of template contracts to help you work out terms with your new tenant, and our Legal Advice line to ensure you’re complying with the law.

Best of all, if you’re buying a house, you’ll enjoy a discount of 35-60% on your Transfer Fees. That’s the money you have to pay to a transferring attorney to assist you with the purchase. (The discount doesn’t apply to the Transfer Duty, which is paid to SARS and depends on the purchase price of your home.)

2. You need a divorce

Divorce is traumatic enough without considering the legal fees you’ll incur. Fortunately, Vodacom Legal Cover can help you through the...

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