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Card image 01 May 2017 Farmer’s Weekly, Volume 2017 Number 17017, May 2017, p. 6 - 7

The Expropriation Bill holds some hope for landowners

Landowners’ and investors’ anxiety over the Expropriation Bill of 2015 is misplaced, says Michael Evans, a public law partner at Webber Wentzel. Evans explains that the Bill has been drafted in accordance with Section 25 of the Constitution, and that it will protect landowners in a manner in which the current outdated and draconian Expropriation Act does not.

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