A property attorney has to undergo additional examinations and be admitted by the High Court of South Africa to practice as a property attorney. They are considered legal specialist in the field of property. Where the services of a property attorney is required it is often a requirement by law. A property attorney’s focus is largely on the registration and transfer of property in the event of buying or selling property. You will commonly only need a property attorney in these instances. The attorney can also advise you on matters related to the transfer of ownership. This also relates to commercial and industrial property, and in the event of death, a property attorney will have dealings with any property that forms part of a deceased estate. If you are unsure about certain restriction relevant to your property and the area around you, a property attorney can oblige you with a Conveyancer’s Certificate.