Wednesday, September 06, 2006

September 2006 Newsletter

Never before has Mc Naught and Company had such a large Staff complement. We welcome Priya Odayar, Mark Leathers, Lynett Breen, Daphne Godbeer and Tansy Whitfield to the Staff. Questioned on the upsizing of the firm in the current relatively quieter property market, Dave Mc Naught re-affirmed his confidence in property in South Africa and the need to position his firm to offer a better service to sellers and buyers of property.
“We want more hands on each property registration so that all potential delays are reduced to a minimum.

Having more qualified staff on hand is our assurance to the public that no stone is left unturned in improving turn-around time —time is money!!,” says Dave, “and we are anxious to ensure each transfer or mortgage bond registration is handled in the quickest possible time.”

The new team at Mc Naught and Co. Bluff: back row L to R—Dave Mc Naught and Mark, front row— Ingrid, Daphne, Tansy, Val, Octavia and Priya Odayar.


Shelf Close Corporations and Companies are now available at Mc Naught and Company. We offer a full corporate service that includes registering Corporations, Companies, and Trusts as well as drawing Partnership agreements, Members Association agreements, and changing names and members of Companies and Corporations or the purchase and transfer of businesses and all commercial, industrial and residential property.

↑ Dave congratulates Gavin Maier on the Sectionalisation of the Prospect Park factory complex registered by Mc Naught and Co. last month.

Dave is Mc Naught and Co’s principal attorney and he is based at the firm’s Bluff office, with branch office in Toti , close to the Jacobs, Bayhead, Clairwood, Seaview and Montclair areas as well as Umbogintwini and Prospecton.

Monzerat Gardens is a new sectional title residential complex under construction. Dave is seen onsite checking progress in anticipation of his firm registering the sectional plans and new title deeds for the 12 homes being built by Huizemark Projects Amanzimtoti.

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