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Expediting Compulsory Land Acquisition: The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2017
Article 26 of the Ugandan Constitution enshrines the right to property and the protection from deprivation of property, subject only to the prompt payment of fair and adequate compensation...
South Africa
14 Jul 2017
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The Importance Of Asserting Rights In A Water Crisis
Establishing a right to use water is one matter, but establishing precisely how much water one is entitled to is another.
South Africa
10 Mar 2017
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Do You Need The Minister’s Consent To Take An Option To Purchase Agricultural Land?
Section 3(e)(i) of the Subdivision of Agricultural Land Act provides that agricultural land shall not be sold or advertised unless the Minister has consented to it in writing.
South Africa
17 Jul 2014
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The Law Applicable To Contaminated Land In South Africa
When the National Environmental Management: Waste Act came into operation, the operation Part 8 of Chapter 4 was deferred to a later date.
South Africa
25 Apr 2014
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The Real Estate Law Review, Second Edition
Title to real property in South Africa vests in the landowner and not the state, and there is a comprehensive legal framework for the ownership and transfer or real estate, which is established under statute.
South Africa
16 May 2013
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Sellers Beware: Your Liability For Environmental Pollution Cannot Be On-Sold!
It has often been the case that landowners seeking to sell property upon which environmental pollution occurs, have sought to protect their interests through contracts of sale and the passing on of liabilities associated with environmental statutory obligations to their purchasers.
South Africa
18 Jul 2012
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The Real Estate Law Review – Introduction To The Legal Framework
South Africa has an efficient system of registration of title to land, based on a land survey system.
South Africa
3 May 2012
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Getting Zoned Out Of Business: Implications Of The SCA's Decision In The Cases Of Maccsand And Louw
Traditionally, land use planning law has received relatively less attention in relation to the suite of environmental and development related authorisations required for development activities.
South Africa
1 Dec 2011
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Getting Zoned Out Of Business: Implications Of The SCA’S Decision In The Cases Of Maccsand And Louw
Traditionally, land use planning law has received relatively less attention in relation to the suite of environmental and development related authorisations required for development activities.
South Africa
24 Nov 2011
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