All Conveyancing Exam Question Papers and Memorandums: South Africa

Find all conveyancing exam question papers and memorandums which are written in the previous years (2023 – 2015) in South Africa (ISSA past papers). The past conveyancing exam question papers are very useful for the candidates who are preparing to write their next exams. Below you will find conveyancing exam questions and answers for 2023 – 2015 for April and September exams.

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Popular Conveyancing Exam Questions and Answers

  1. Mr A grants Mr B an option on 5 January 2021 for 5 years to purchase Erf 1 Cape Town for two million rand, which was the fair value of the property at the time. Mr A exercises the option on 8 August 2021 by which time the fair value of the property was three million rand.
    • What is the date of the transaction?
    • Discuss briefly on what amount will transfer duty be paid?
    • Calculate and show your calculation of the transfer duty payable.
  2. The Alienation of Land Act No. 68 of 1981 defines a “deed of alienation” and “a contract”. Discuss these definitions briefly.
  3. Mr A died intestate on the 28th April 2021. Who will be entitled to inherit in the following circumstances and what will the division be?:
    • He is survived by his wife and three children. The marriage was out of community of property and the balance for distribution is R460 000. (4)
    • He was a bachelor and is survived by his father, his two brothers and two children of his sister. His sister died in 2018. The balance for distribution is R425 000. (4)
    • He was married out of community of property and survived by his wife, one child born from that marriage, an adopted child and step child, being the child of his wife from a previous marriage. The balance for distribution is R625 000.

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