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Unlawful Occupation

Marie Huchzermeyer

Unlawful Occupation

Informal Settlements And Urban Policy In South Africa And Brazil

by Marie Huchzermeyer

  • 128 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Africa World Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South Africa,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Squatter settlements,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Government policy,
  • General,
  • Brazil

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8860098M
    ISBN 101592212107
    ISBN 109781592212101

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    Eviction. One of the fundamental human rights entrenched in the South African Constitution is to have access to adequate housing. 1 It is for this reason 2 that the legislature has enacted statutes such as the Extension of Security of Tenure Act , 3 and the Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act (commonly referred to as ‘PIE’). Unlawful Attraction Vol. 3 book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dena has gone back to the office to file her report for her findings over at the defendants occupation but when Bethany grills her more. flag Like see review. Fiction Vixens Blog rated it it was amazing. This is my 4th book /5.


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In the past few years the issue of land invasion and government reposnses to landlessness in the Southern African region has been at the forefront of international attention. By confronting the the questions of exclusion and unlawful occupation this book examines the appropriateness of the informal settlement response in South Africa through a comparison with Brazil.5/5(1).

This book confronts the highly charged questions of exclusion and unlawful occupation and deals rigorously with the appropriateness of informal settlement responses in South Africa.

It does so through a comparison with Brazil. The international and comparative Cited by: By confronting the challenging questions of exclusion and unlawful occupation, this book examines the appropriateness of the informal settlement response in South Africa through a comparison with Brazil.

In her book, Huchzemeyer first provides an international perspective on informal settlement intervention in Brazil and South Africa.

Unfortunately, legislation dealing with unlawful occupation of land and evictions namely, The Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of (PIE) is difficult to interpret and costly and time consuming to implement.

It was thus deemed necessary to compile these notes in an effort to share some. The unlawful occupation of privately owned inner-city buildings in South Africa has become unexceptional during the past couple of years and has given rise to a number of interesting eviction cases.7 The cases highlight a fundamental socio- economic problem in urban areas.

Get this from a library. Unlawful occupation: informal settlements and urban policy in South Africa and Brazil. [Marie Huchzermeyer] -- In 'Unlawful Occupation', Huchzermeyer provides an international perspective on this problem in Brazil and South Africa. Arguing that the South African paradigm is distorted the author also tracks.

The Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Unlawful Occupation book of Land Act (PIE) is an act of the Parliament of South Africa which came into effect on 5 June,and which sets out to prevent arbitrary evictions.

In terms of the Constitution of South Africa, "No one may be evicted from their home, or have their home demolished, without an order of court made after considering all the. Facts. The Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act gives "unlawful occupiers" some procedural and substantive protection against eviction from land.

At the time of the launch of these two applications to evict, both occupiers had, according to the ordinary meaning in the Act, been "unlawful occupiers," as they had occupied land without consent. Residential evictions in South Africa are governed by the Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act No.

19 of (“PIE”). This legislation was enacted to regulate both the lawful eviction of unlawful occupiers, and the recognition of land owners’ rights to approach the courts for an eviction order. The right [ ]. (7) If an unlawful occupier has occupied the land in question for more than six months at the time when the proceedings are initiated, a court may grant an order for eviction if it is of the opinion that it is just and equitable to do so, after considering all the relevant circumstances, including, except where the land is sold in a sale of execution pursuant to a mortgage, whether land has.

• Eviction means deprivation of a person of occupation of a building or structure, or the land which such building or structure is built, against his/her will • If eviction is initiated while unlawful occupation is less than 6 months, the Court may grant eviction order if it is just and equitable to File Size: KB.

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This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. Unlawful Occupation. Illegal Occupancy Law and Legal Definition When any real property is used or occupied in whole or in part as a bawdy-house, or house or place of assignation for lewd persons, or for purposes of prostitution, or for any illegal trade, business or manufacture, its use or occupancy could be illegal.

This title in the Juta’s Pocket Statutes series contains the Acts and applicable regulations in a concise pocket-sized book. The second edition reflects the law as at 24 March Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of Book Edition: 2nd Edition.

Her book does not merely deploy a staggering erudition in such specialised realms as the history of war and military art, but also in the domain of political philosophy, where it is brimming with illuminating analyses and intuitions on patriotism and nationalism, on the logic of Cited by: 5.

Lorry is shocked and angered upon hearing about Cruncher's second occupation. "My mind misgives me much," said Mr. Lorry, angrily shaking a forefinger at him, "that you have used the respectable and great house of Tellson's as a blind, and that you have had an unlawful occupation of an infamous description.

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Professor Lynk is urging the United Nations to examine Israel’s prolonged occupation to determine if it is an unlawful occupation. This is the right strategy to pursue in my opinion. I hope Professor Pappe and others concerned about Israel’s prolonged occupation will read Professor Lynk’s report, and join his effort.

“My mind misgives me much,” said Mr. Lorry, angrily shaking a forefinger at him, “that you have used the respectable and great house of Tellson’s as a blind, and that you have had an unlawful occupation of an infamous description. Unlawful occupation takes place when there is a measure of permanency and where a person has already erected a structure with the intention of living on the land.

When this happens, the person is not merely a trespasser but an unlawful occupier as contemplated in the Prevention of Illegal Eviction and the Unlawful Occupation of Land of Prohibition of receipt or solicitation of consideration in respect of unlawful occupation of land 4.

Eviction of unlawful occupiers 5. Urgent proceedings for eviction 6. Eviction at instance of organ of state 7. Mediation 8. Offences and private prosecutions 9. Jurisdiction of magistrate’s courtFile Size: 68KB.Unlawful Occupation of Land Act No.

19 of (“PIE”). This legislation was enacted to regulate both the lawful eviction of unlawful occupiers, and the recognition of land owners’ rights to approach the courts for an eviction order.

The right to housing is a vital and primary .