Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Leon Verstappen

http://www.rug.nl/staff/l.c.a.verstappen


Magdalena Habdas


Björn Hoops

Hoops, B. (2017). Verabschiedet sich das BVerfG von “Boxberg” und seinem international vorbildlichen Schutz vor Enteignungen zugunsten Privater? Neue Zeitschrift für Verwaltungsrecht NVwZ, 2017(20), 1496-1501.

Hoops, B. (2017). The alternative project argument in the context of expropriation law (part 2). Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse reg/Journal of south african law, (1), 70-88.

Hoops, B. (2016). The alternative project argument in the context of expropriation law (part 1). Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse reg/Journal of south african law, (4), 680-696.

Hoops, B. (2016). Expropriation Procedures in Germany and the Netherlands: Ready for the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure? European Property Law Journal, 5(3), 236-274.

Hoops, B. (2016). Het recht op terugoverdracht in alle gevallen van niet-uitvoering: Het is tijd voor een herziening van art. 61 Ow. Tijdschrift voor Bouwrecht, 9(6), 540-548.

Hoops, B. (2016). Specificity of Expropriation Statutes as a Safeguard Against Third Party Transfers for Economic Development: Lessons from German Law for New Expropriation Legislation in South Africa? The South African Law Journal, 133(4), 788-819.

Hoops, B. (2015). The Public Purpose for the Expropriation of Land: A Framework for Assessing Its Democratic Legitimacy. In B. Hoops, E. J. Marais, H. Mostert, J. A. M. A. Sluysman, & L. C. A. Verstappen (Eds.), Rethinking Expropration Law I: Public Interest in Expropriation (pp. 237-278). Den Haag: Eleven International Publishing.

Hoops, B. (2015). More Safeguards Instead of a Ban of Economic Development Takings: The Kelo Case from a German Perspective. In B. Hoops, E. J. Marais, H. Mostert, J. A. M. A. Sluysman, & L. C. A. Verstappen (Eds.), Rethinking Expropration Law II: Context, Criteria, and Consequences of Expropriation (pp. 137-192). Den Haag: Eleven International Publishing.

Hoops, B., Mostert, H., & Saville, J. (2015). Expropriation and the Endurance of Public Purpose. European Property Law Journal, 4(2), 115-151.

Hoops, B. (2015). The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure: Distilling Good Governance Standards for Expropriation Procedures. In S. Bouly, A. Apers, E. Dewitte, & D. Gruyaert (Eds.), Property Law Perspectives III (Vol. 3, pp. 3-26). Antwerp: Intersentia.

Ernst Marais

FI Michelman & EJ Marais “A constitutional vision for property: Shoprite and beyond” in G Muller, R Brits, BV Slade & AMA van Wyk (eds) Essays in honour of AJ van der Walt (2018, forthcoming) Juta Publishers: Cape Town

EJ Marais “Providing better protection for expropriatees? Preliminary thoughts on the interpretation of arbitrarily in clause 2(1) of the Expropriation Bill B4D-2015” (2017) 33 South African Journal on Human Rights 97-119 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02587203.2017.1303905?journalCode=rjhr20)

B Hoops & EJ Marais “Het verjaringsbos weer door de bomen van bezitsverkrijging zien: Het Hoogheemraadschap-arrest vanuit een Zuid-Afrikaans en theoretisch perspectief” (2017/7141) 148 Weekblad voor Privaatrecht, Notariaat en Registratie (11 March 2017) 213-221

EJ Marais “A common-law presumption, statutory interpretation and section 25(2) of the Constitution – a tale of three fallacies. A critical analysis of the Constitutional Court’s Arun judgment” (2016) 133 South African Law Journal 629-663

EJ Marais & PJH Maree “At the intersection between expropriation law and administrative law: two critical views on the Constitutional Court’s Arun judgment” (2016) 19 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 1-54 (http://www.scielo.org.za/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1727-37812016000100027&lng=en&nrm=iso)

EJ Marais “Expanding the contours of the constitutional property concept” 2016 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg 576-592

B Hoops & EJ Marais “Werpt het bodemrecht het net te ver uit?” (2015/7079) 146 Weekblad voor Privaatrecht, Notariaat en Registratie (17 October) 864-872

EJ Marais “When does state interference with property (now) amount to expropriation? An analysis of the Agri SA court’s state acquisition requirement (part I)” (2015) 18 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 2983-3031 (http://www.scielo.org.za/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1727-37812015000100003&lng=en&nrm=iso)

EJ Marais “The constitutionality of section 89(5)(c) of the National Credit Act under the property clause: National Credit Regulator v Opperman and Others” (2014) 131 South African Law Journal 215-233

AJ van der Walt & EJ Marais “The constitutionality of adverse possession under the European Convention 1950: JA Pye (Oxford) Ltd v United Kingdom (2008) 46 EHRR 45 (GC)” (2013) 76 Tydskrif vir Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg (Journal for Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law) 261-269

EJ Marais “The justifications for acquisitive prescription: A new perspective” in B Akkermans & E Ramaekers (eds) Property Law Perspectives (2012) Antwerp: Intersentia 63-84

AJ van der Walt & EJ Marais “The constitutionality of acquisitive prescription: A section 25 analysis” 2012 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg (Journal of South African Law) 714-736

AJ van der Walt & EJ Marais “Eiendomsverlies weens verkrygende verjaring:  Ongekompenseerde onteiening – of nie?” (Loss of ownership through acquisitive prescription: An uncompensated expropriation – or not?) (2012) 9 LitNet Akademies 298-321 (http://www.litnet.co.za/eiendomsverlies-deur-verkrygende-verjaring-onteiening-sonder-vergoeding-of-nie/)

EJ Marais Acquisitive prescription in view of the property clause (2011) unpublished LLD thesis Stellenbosch University


Hanri Mostert


Jacques Sluysmans


Cheri Young


Louie Van Schalkwyk