ConCourt gives theology school a lesson in property law

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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

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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...

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