Eversheds Sutherland
Lerosha Naidoo

Lerosha is an associate at Eversheds Sutherland in Durban and part of our property department. She has many years of experience in the conveyancing and property field. She commenced her law career in 2003 as a filing clerk at a well reputed Durban law firm and shortly thereafter she was promoted to conveyancing paralegal. In 2007, Lerosha commenced studying towards achieving her Law Degree part-time. She qualified as an Attorney in 2016 and passed her Conveyancer admission exams in April 2019.

Lerosha has been involved in various types of property related work during her career.

Examples of Lerosha’s Property experience includes:

conveyancing – including registration of conventional & sectional title property ownership transfers, residential & commercial mortgage bonds, share block conversion transactions, miscellaneous applications, consents and endorsements (for example legal entity conversions), changes of name, replacement of lost title deed applications etcetera), subdivision transfers, consolidations of properties, certificates of registered title, conversion of real rights to sectional title, legal entity restructure transactions, divorce transfers and endorsements, deceased estate immovable property transactions including transfers in terms of Wills and the Intestate Succession Act No. 81 of 1987 and transfers including sales and redistribution agreements, and miscellaneous registrations in deeds offices in South Africa.

Advice in relation to general property matters:

improved/unimproved land, houses, farms, sectional title, share block, corporate real estate, retail, industrial and commercial properties
property due diligence investigations
registration of transactions in all Deeds Offices in South Africa
opening of sectional title registers, team member on various large sectional title developments
drafting property related preliminary and ancillary documents
supervision of property transfers on behalf of clients where another firm is handling transfer
vetting sale agreements for clients and providing legal advice

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Transfer duty and transfer costs
Transfer duty and transfer costs

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When is an antenuptial contract necessary?
When is an antenuptial contract necessary?

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