On 27, 31 March 2017 and on 3, 7 April 2017 Professor Viljoen presented four seminars in relation to her book The Law of Landlord and Tenant (2016), namely “Pre-1994 landlord-tenant law – a private/public divide”, “Private law classification as real or personal right”, “The obligation to pay rent” and “Termination of the relationship”.
On 13, 15 and 17 March 2017 Dr Reghard Brits presented three seminars in relation to his book R Brits Real Security Law (2016) namely, “Mortgage foreclosure and housing rights”, “Liens and constitutional property law” and “Insolvency law and constitutional property law”.
Mr Niels Appermont is currently a PhD Fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders at Hasselt University (Belgium). His research is being conducted under the supervision of prof. dr. Elly Van de Velde (supervisor – Hasselt University) and prof. dr. Nicolas Carette (co-supervisor – University Antwerp). His fields of research include, inter alia, tax law, […]
Mr Humm is currently a Research Associate (under Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Reinhard Zimmermann) at the Max Planck Institute, Hamburg (Germany). His primary fields of research include the law of succession and comparative law. The title of his research project is the “Limitations on freedom of testation by fundamental values – Germany, England and […]
On 1 October 2016, Mr Siphuma started working as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Jurisprudence, College of Law, UNISA. He lectures Private International Law and assists in Foundations of South African Law. Mr Siphuma is currently a Doctoral candidate at the SARCPL and the topic of his LLD is the “Doctrine of notice […]
Mr. Bos is currently a research masters student at De RijksUniversiteit Groningen. His field of research focuses on the retroactive effect of bankruptcy (which entails all legal instruments on the basis of which juridical acts/dispositions conducted before the bankruptcy order can be affected, due to the bankruptcy).
The South African Research Chair in Property Law held its annual graduation dinner at Lanzerac Hotel on 7 December 2016. This event is the highlight of the social calendar and serves as a well-deserved celebration of the year’s academic achievements. The attendees of the dinner are pictured below: