Books:

  • AJ van der Walt Property in the margins (2009) Oxford: Hart Publishing
  • AJ van der Walt The law of neighbours (2010) Cape Town: Juta
  • AJ van der Walt Constitutional property law (3rd ed 2011) Cape Town: Juta
  • M Faure & AJ van der Walt (eds) Globalization and private law: the way forward (2010) Cheltenham (UK) / Northampton (US: Edward Elgar)
  • AJ van der Walt Property and Constitution (2012) Pretoria University Law Press

Book chapters:

  • AJ van der Walt ‘The protection of private property under the Irish Constitution: a comparative and theoretical perspective’ in E Carolan & O Doyle (eds) The Irish Constitution: Governance and values (2008) London: Thomson Round Hall 398-411
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Property and refusal’ in K van Marle (ed) Refusal, transition and post-apartheid law (2009) Stellenbosch: Sun Media 39-56
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Property and marginality’ in GS Alexander & EM Penalver (eds) Property and community (2010) Oxford University Press 81-105
  • AJ van der Walt ‘The give-and-take spirit of neighbor law’ in H Mostert & MJ de Waal (eds) Essays in honour of CG van der Merwe (2011) Durban: LexisNexis Butterworth 57-74
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Common law, expropriation and human rights in the intersection between expropriation and eviction law’ in L Fox O’Mahoney & JA Sweeney (eds) The idea of home in law: displacement and dispossession (2010) Surrey: Ashgate 55-100
  • M Faure & AJ van der Walt ‘Introduction and editorial preface’ in M Faure & AJ van der Walt (eds) Globalization and Private Law: The Way Forward (2010) Edward Elgar 21-35
  • M Faure & AJ van der Walt ‘Comparative and concluding remarks’ in M Faure & AJ van der Walt (eds) Globalization and Private Law: The Way Forward (2010) Edward Elgar 548-561
  • S Maass ‘Rental housing as adequate housing’ in S Liebenberg and G Quinot Law and poverty: Perspectives from South Africa and beyond (2012) 317-332
  • G Muller ‘Conceptualising “meaningful engagement” as a deliberative democratic partnership” in S Liebenberg and G Quinot Law and poverty: Perspectives from South Africa and beyond (2012) 300-316
  • EJ Marais ‘The justifications for acquisitive prescription: A new perspective’ in B Akkermans & E Ramaekers (eds) Property Perspectives (2012) Antwerp: Intersentia
  • R Brits ‘Impact of the South African National Credit Ac ton the enforcement of mortgage bonds’ in B Akkermans & E Ramaekers (eds) Property law perspectives (2012) Antwerp: Intersentia 85-106

Journal articles:

  • AJ van der Walt ‘Constitutional property law 2007’ 2008 Annual Survey of South African Law 231-264
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Replacing property rules with liability rules: Encroachment by building’ (2008) 125 South African Law Journal 592-628
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Normative pluralism and anarchy: Reflections on the 2007 term’ (2008) 1 Constitutional Court Review 77-128
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Property, social justice and citizenship: The transformation of property law in post-apartheid South Africa’ (2008) 19 Stellenbosch Law Review 325-346
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Developing the law on unlawful squatting and spoliation’ (2008) 125 South African Law Journal 24-36
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Regulation of building under the Constitution’ (2009) 42 De Jure 32-47
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Constitutional property law 2008’ 2009 Annual Survey of South African Law 218-258
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Constitutional property law 2009’ 2010 Annual Survey of South African Law 251-294
  • AJ van der Walt ‘The soft vengeance of a freedom fighter on the Constitutional Court’ (2010) 25 South African Public Law 1-24
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Sport and nuisance law’ (2010) 127 South African Law Journal 274-303
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Constitutional property law 2010’ 2011 Annual Survey of South African Law (forthcoming)
  • S Maass ‘Rental housing as adequate housing’ (2011) 22 Stellenbosch Law Review 759-774
  • G Muller ‘Conceptualising “meaningful engagement” as a deliberative democratic partnership” (2011) 22 Stellenbosch Law Review 742-758
  • AJ van der Walt & S Maass ‘The enforceability of tenants’ rights’ (part 1) 2012 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 35-52; (part 2) 2012 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 228-246
  • AJ van der Walt ‘Procedurally arbitrary deprivation of property’ (2012) 23 Stellenbosch Law Review 88-94
  • AJ Van der Walt & EJ Marais ‘ Eiendomsverlies deur verkrygende verjaring: Onteiening sonder vergoeding – of nie?’ LitNet Akademies (Regte) (2012) 9(3) by http://www.litnet.co.za/Article/eiendomsverlies-deur-verkrygende-verjaring-onteiening-sonder-vergoeding-of-nie
  • AJ van der Walt & EJ Marais ‘The constitutionality of acquisitive prescription: A section 25(1) analysis’ forthcoming (2013) 76 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg
  • AJ van der Walt & M Kellerman ‘The importance of the commons in the context of intellectual property’ forthcoming (2013) 24  Stellenbosch Law Review

Notes and case notes:

  • AJ van der Walt & S Maass ‘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’ (2011) 128 South African Law Journal 436-451
  • AJ van der Walt & R Brits ‘The purpose of judicial oversight over the sale in execution of mortgaged property: Gundwana v Steko Development 2011 3 SA 608 (CC); Nedbank Ltd v Fraser and Four Other Cases 2011 4 SA 363 (GSJ)’ (2012) 75 Tydskrif vir die Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg 322-329
  • AJ van der Walt & BV Slade ‘Public purpose and changing circumstances: Harvey v Umhlatuze Municipality and Others 2011 (1) SA 601 (KZP)’ (2012) 129 South African Law Journal 219-235
  • AJ van der AJ & EJ Marais ‘The constitutionality of adverse possession under the European Convention 1950: JA Pye (Oxford) Ltd v United Kingdom (2008) 46 EHRR 45 (GC)’ forthcoming (2013) 76 Tydskrif vir die Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg