Cohabitation Agreements for Spousal Visa Purposes 
    Attested to and drafted by a Notary Public in South Africa. The notarial contract pertaining to a spousal relationship referred to in section 1(1)(xxxvi) of the Act is a requirement to be concluded allow it to legally sanction a permanent conjugal relationship, within the Republic, other than a marriage or a customary union concluded under the laws of the Republic.

The notarial Co-Habitation contract is a formal agreement entered into by a South African citizen/permanent resident and a foreign partner. The agreement setting out the details of the parties rights and privileges in terms of their relationship is drafted, and notarised by a South African notary. The parties must also appear and sign the agreement in the presence of the Notary Public. The Notary then issues a notarial certification relating to the above. The contract is signed originally in duplicate and the second original contract is placed in the Protocol of the Notary ans a protocol number is allocated.

All Inclusive Fee - R1200

Living Together - Get Cohabitation Agreement 
Get Started - Notarised Cohabitation Agreement 
Louwrens Koen Attorneys offers a comprehensive co-habitation contract service, which service, inter alia includes:
  • Drafting and finalising the contract in conjunction with the parties;
  • Explaining their rights and responsibilities as well as the legal consequences of entering into the contract;
  • Attesting signature of the agreement;
  • Notarial true copies of the id/passports of the parties;
  • Notarially binding and allocating Protocol number.
The cost of drafting and consultation to signature before notary costs R1200.00.

R1200 All Inclusive Fee - Get Started