The case in favour of substantive tenure reform in the landlord-tenant framework : the Occupiers, Shulana Court, 11 Hendon Road, Yeoville, Johannesburg v Steele; City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality v Blue Moonlight

Maass, Sue-Mari ; Van Der Walt, A. J. (2011-01)

CITATION: Maass, S-M. & Van Der Walt, A. J. 2011. The case in favour of substantive tenure reform in the landlord-tenant framework : the Occupiers, Shulana Court, 11 Hendon Road, Yeoville, Johannesburg v Steele; City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality v Blue Moonlight. South African Law Journal, 128(3):436-451.

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The tenure reform programme, which forms part of the land reform programme, consists of two strategies. These are, first, the transformation of weak tenure through the implementation of dedicated structural reforms, and secondly, the development of general anti-eviction provisions that prevent arbitrary forced removals, which were traditionally associated with apartheid land law (A J van der Walt Constitutional Property Law (2005) 309-10).

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