ConCourt gives theology school a lesson in property law
Institution which leased land from UJ, then ceded its rights, has lost its case, with the court ruling for the varsity
The Constitutional Court has come to the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) rescue.
It ruled in the institution’s favour in a case involving land UJ leased to a school of theology 25 years ago.
The property, 51 Richmond Avenue, a seven-minute walk from the university’s Kingsway Campus, is seen by UJ as a critical resource. It intends to use it for much-needed student accommodation...