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Property and "Human Flourishing": A Reassessment in the Housing Framework
Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal
In South Africa, land/housing is a finite non-shareable type of property that must yield to stringent constitutional control to meet land reform and housing objectives, which is high on our constitutional agenda to redress injustices of the past and allow the previously dispossessed to take their rightful place in society. This article considers the normative framework that underlies the types of property that must be regulated for the purposes of section 25 of the Constitution of the Republicdoi:10.17159/1727-3781/2019/v22i0a5619 fatcat:b7vttfxutbcjrmpwmyp26ang4e