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KESSOOPERSADH EN 'N ANDER v ESSOP EN 'N ANDER 1970 (1) SA 265 (A) 1970 (1) SA p265 Citation 1970 (1) SA 265 (A) Court Appèlafdeling Judge Steyn HR, Ogilvie Thompson AR, Holmes AR, Wessels AR en Rabie Wn AR Heard September 11, 1969 Judgment November 11, 1969 Annotations Link to Case Annotations Flynote : Sleutelwoorde Verhuurder en huurder - Huurkontrak - Onregistreerde lang huurkontrak - 'Derde partye' soos bedoel in art. 2 van Wet 50 van 1956 - 'Derde partye' sluit nie 'n koper in nie - Huur gaat voor koop - Omvang van. Headnote : Kopnota Die verhouding wat tot stand kom tussen die huurder en die koper wat ingevolge die reël huur gaat voor koop gebonde gehou word, is sodanig dat so 'n koper nie as 'n derde party soos bedoel in artikel 2 van Wet 50 van 1956 beskou kan word nie. (OGILVIE THOMPSON, A.R., en WESSELS, A.R., het nie saamgestem nie). Die omvang van die reël huur gaat voor koop en die voorbehoudsbepaling in artikel 2 van Wet 50 van 1956 volledig bespreek. Die beslissing in die Natalse Provinsiale Afdeling in Kessoopersadh and Another v Essop and Another , omvergewerp. Flynote : Sleutelwoorde Landlord and tenant - Lease - Unregistered long lease - 'Third parties' in section 2 of Act 50 of 1956 - 'Third parties' does not include a purchaser - 'Huur gaat voor koop.' - Scope of. Headnote : Kopnota The relationship which arises between the lessee and the purchaser who are bound by the rule 'huur gaat voor koop' is such that such purchaser cannot be regarded as a third party as contemplated by section 2 of Act 50 of 1956. (OGILVIE THOMPSON, J.A., and WESSELS, J.A., dissented). The scope of the rule 'huur gaat voor koop' and the proviso to section 2 of Act 50 of 1956 fully discussed. The decision in the Natal Provincial Division in Kessoopersadh and Another v Essop and Another , reversed. Case Information Appèl teen 'n beslissing in die Natalse Provinsiale Afdeling (KENNEDY, WN.-R.P., HARCOURT, R., en MILLER, R.), wat 'n beslissing van JAMES, R., in die Plaaslike Afdeling Durban en Kus, 1968 (4) SA 610, bevestig het. Die feite blyk uit die uitsprake. G G. I. Raftesath , namens die appellante: Before considering the effect of the provision relating to registration in sec. 2 of Act 50 of 1956, it is necessary to ascertain what the legal position was immediately before the section came into operation. See Wille, Landlord and Tenant in 1970 (1) SA p266 South Africa , 5th ed., pp. 99-100; Canavan & Rivas v New Transvaal Gold Farms , 1904 T.S. at p. 147; Hitzeroth v Brooks , 1964 (4) SA at p. 447F-G (E). In the absence of
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registration a long lease was binding A (a) on a purchaser without knowledge for the first ten years of the lease; Komen v de Heer and Others , 1908 N.L.R. 237; (b) on a purchaser with knowledge for the full term of the lease; Canavan & Rivas v New Transvaal Gold Farms, supra . So far as statute law was concerned, the position in regard to registration was as follows: (a) in the Transvaal B no 'long lease' was of any force and effect against creditors or any subsequent bona fide purchaser or lessee of the property leased or any part thereof unless it was registered against the title deeds of such property. Sec. 29 of Proc. 8 of 1902; Canavan & Rivas v New Transvaal Gold Farms, supra; (b)
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