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Expropriation without Compensation: Part 2:

We continue where we left off last week with a continuation of the interpretation of section 25 of the Constitution.

Section 25 subsection 4 reads:

“For the purposes of this subsection:-

  • (a) The public interest includes the nation’s commitment to land reform and to reforms to bring about equitable access to all South Africa’s natural resources; and
  • (b) Property is not limited to land.”

In our last blog, we looked at a case study of the possible problems that can arise when buying a house.
Let us look at the transfer process.

The transfer process can be described in a step by step conveyancing process.

The ownership of our own home is a dream which all of us have; but not all of us will realise; and when the opportunity to own your own home knocks; do your homework! Get advice and in that way you will not make any mistakes.
A recent unreported case of Hlabane and Another versus Sebotsa and Others is a lesson to be learned.

The Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA): Expiry and Renewal of fixed term contracts/agreements, especially Leases. Continued: Section 14 (3) & (4).

Today; to finalise this set of blogs on the above topic; we look at the last two subsections of section 14 dealing with the expiry and renewal of fixed term contracts and once again we will concentrate on leases as this is the most frequent source of enquiry; although the provisions of the whole of section 14 apply to ALL fixed term contracts.

As stated in our previous blog; at The Legal Advice Office we get numerous enquiries from clients and consumers seeking our help in terminating lease agreements because of one reason or another.

The CPA deals with the above subject and in our last blog we looked at section 14(1).

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