RE-ALLOCATING MUNICIPAL ACCOUNT PAYMENTS
PA Pearson (Pty) Ltd v Ethekwini Municipality and Others (13270/2012)  ZAKZDHC 93 (2 December 2015)
Where A opens an account at the municipality for services at two premises from where it conducts its operations, each property leased from a different owner, may the local authority re-allocate payments made by A for electricity and utilities supplied at the one property to the account of the other property?
MANAGING LAPSED BUILDING TIME FRAME CONDITIONS CAN BE TRICKY
Mushwana and Another v Bondev Midrand (Pty) Ltd and Others (1415/14)  ZAGPPHC 43 (3 February 2016)
Buying in a development often includes being bound by time frames within which to complete building work. It can become tricky to manage the process, especially once the title deed condition requiring completion within a certain period lapsed by effluxion of time. In the present matter, the developer argued that due to an agreement entered into with a subsequent purchaser, the lapsed title deed condition revived. Can this be?