INTRODUCTIONThe purpose of this article is to explain the laws and policies that determine how property rates and other services are charged to erven that do not have residential homes on, but form part of the garden of a person’s residence. TYPICAL EXAMPLE The problem discussed in this article most commonly arises where a person’s
SUMMARY Court a quo: Firstrand Bank Limited (“Firstrand”) registered a general notarial bond (“GNB”) over all of the movable assets of Rubaco Boerdery (Edms) Bpk (“Rubaco”). Prior to the liquidation of Rubaco, Firstrand obtained an order perfecting its GNB to the amount of R5,500,000.00 (Five Million and Five Hundred Thousand Rand). Thereafter, the sheriff of
SUMMARY The First Respondent, BOE Bank, was the holder of a general notarial bond over Woodlam Industries CC (“Woodlam”) which was placed into final liquidation in October 1999 and as a result, BOE Bank applied to the Eastern Cape High Court for an order that the liquidation and distribution account be amended to include the