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In the recent case of Tudor Hotel Brasserie and Bar (Pty) Ltd v Hencetrade 15 (Pty) Ltd the court addressed the issue regarding set-off where the tenant argued that vacant occupation of the entire leased premises was not received. In this case Hencetrade (hereinafter referred to as the

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Homeowners must brace themselves for an up to 53% increase in electricity costs as Eskom begins to claw back three-year increases that have been put on hold due to a protracted legal process. Last week Tuesday (23 August 2017), the Constitutional Court upheld an earlier Supreme Court of

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The Supreme Court of Appeal has declared that municipalities’ forward projection of rates as being invalid. This emerged in the case of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality v Amber Mountain Investments 3 (Pty) Ltd (case (576/2016) [2017] ZASCA 36). “In order to transfer a property, one of

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