Land Tenure Law



  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • ISBN: 9780702182136
  • Extent: Approx. 220 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Property, Law of

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This updatable loose-leaf publication explains key definitions in the relevant laws and provides useful, practical guidelines on land rights disputes for government officials, legal practitioners (including conveyancers), paralegals and NGOs in the land rights sector.

Relevant case law is explained in an accessible, non-legalistic and user-friendly manner. The work sets out the nature and scope of legal protection available to occupiers and labour tenants living in rural and peri-urban areas. It also contains a section on access to the courts, including the Land Claims Court. 

  • Chapter 1-Tenure Reform in a Constitutional Context
  • Chapter 2-Tenure Security in SA Law
  • Resources on the topic
  • Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997
  • Regulations under the Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997
  • Land Reform Act (Labour Tenants Act) 3 of 1996
  • Regulations to the Land Reform Act (Labour Tenants Act) 3 of 1996
  • Labour Tenancy Arbitration Rules
  • Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of 1998
  • Contact details for Department of Rural Development and Land Reform 
  • Legislation
  • Case Digest
  • Table of Cases
  • Index

  • Attorneys
  • Government departments: Justice and Constitutional
  • Development, Human Settlements, Agriculture, Rural Development & Land Reform
  • NGOs dealing with farm workers, land reform and agricultural development, i.e. LHR, LRC, Women on Farms, AFRA, Nkuzi Development Assoc, PLAAS, Black Sash, Surplus Peoples Project; Agri-SA, Agri-WC, TAU, 
  • Law lecturers
  • Students
  • Law Libraries
  • The Case Digest included in this work provides a unique one-stop source for all South African legal practitioners interested in land reform and security of tenure cases in particular
  • This book is currently the only updatable work available on land tenure security in South Africa and provides important information on complex legal issues relating to land and property law

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This updatable loose-leaf publication explains key definitions in the relevant laws and provides useful, practical guidelines on land rights disputes for government officials, legal practitioners (including conveyancers), paralegals and NGOs in the land rights sector.

Relevant case law is explained in an accessible, non-legalistic and user-friendly manner. The work sets out the nature and scope of legal protection available to occupiers and labour tenants living in rural and peri-urban areas. It also contains a section on access to the courts, including the Land Claims Court. 

  • Chapter 1-Tenure Reform in a Constitutional Context
  • Chapter 2-Tenure Security in SA Law
  • Resources on the topic
  • Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997
  • Regulations under the Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997
  • Land Reform Act (Labour Tenants Act) 3 of 1996
  • Regulations to the Land Reform Act (Labour Tenants Act) 3 of 1996
  • Labour Tenancy Arbitration Rules
  • Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of 1998
  • Contact details for Department of Rural Development and Land Reform 
  • Legislation
  • Case Digest
  • Table of Cases
  • Index

  • Attorneys
  • Government departments: Justice and Constitutional
  • Development, Human Settlements, Agriculture, Rural Development & Land Reform
  • NGOs dealing with farm workers, land reform and agricultural development, i.e. LHR, LRC, Women on Farms, AFRA, Nkuzi Development Assoc, PLAAS, Black Sash, Surplus Peoples Project; Agri-SA, Agri-WC, TAU, 
  • Law lecturers
  • Students
  • Law Libraries
  • The Case Digest included in this work provides a unique one-stop source for all South African legal practitioners interested in land reform and security of tenure cases in particular
  • This book is currently the only updatable work available on land tenure security in South Africa and provides important information on complex legal issues relating to land and property law

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