Robert Ferrandi

Partner


Areas of Expertise
  • Property Law
  • Conveyancing
Qualifications
  • BA LLB – University of Cape Town
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Tax – University of Cape Town
Background
Robert Ferrandi is a partner at Bisset Boehmke McBlain and has more than 30 years’ experience.

Robert began his career in 1982 as a candidate attorney at Bisset Boehmke McBlain. In 1984 he was admitted as an attorney and conveyancer and in 1991 as a notary. Robert was appointed as an associate at Bisset Boehmke McBlain in 1984 and became a partner at the firm in 1989.

Robert has experience in property law and specialises in sectional title matters, developments, deceased estate transfers, servitudes and contracts.

Robert has acted for corporate clients such as the City of Cape Town, CPUT, Nedbank, FNB Trust Services and Appletiser.

Associations
Robert is the Western Cape chair of ABESA (Anglican Board of Education for Southern Africa), an organisation set up by the church to expand its role in education, particularly in previously disadvantaged areas.

Did You Know?
Robert is interested in the outdoors, walking, gardening and bird watching. He is also an avid reader of fiction and a lover of good music.

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