The first edition of the book was described as the first major work on the South African Law of Property.
The fifth edition saw an expansion of the content adding further value to the publication for academics as well as practitioners, Between the last edition and present date there have been relevant changes and updates to legislation, for example the National Environmental Management: Integrated Coastal Management Act 24 of 2008, Infrastructure Development Act 23 of 2014, the Electronic Deeds Transfer Act 19 of 2019, as well as recent case law. The 6th Edition of this authoritative, comprehensive commentary on the principles of the law of property, is now available and incorporates the above-mentioned changes in addition to many other relevant updates to the text
Apart from the introductory chapters looking at the legal concept of property, its classifications and property rights, the book also looks at the different types of ownership of property, including co-ownership, as well as the protection and loss thereof.
This product and its title have a long standing reputation amongst practitioners as well as students. It consolidates various aspects of property law, making it a one stop publication for students and practitioners.
Silberberg & Schoeman’s: The Law of Property (6th Ed), will be available in print, eBook and online format, from December 2019. Pre-sales will commence in November, for delivery in December