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Contractual Rights and Third Parties: a Unified Perspective of the Law of Property and the Law of Delict
In this article I will discuss a conflict between two persons who – at first – had nothing to do with each other. Let us call them Promisee and Transferee. Their conflict arose because they were interested in the same piece of property and consequently they had dealings with the same third person, the owner of the said piece of property. Promisee was there first. Promisee had entered into a contract with the above mentioned third person – Promisor. The contract concerned an object that Promisordoi:10.5278/ojs.njcl.v0i1.3011 fatcat:gk7qriowh5cfniteezy6lwjagy