universal partnerships conveyancing

It is an undoubted important fact that the South African jurisprudence, through court decisions, took a bold step of recognising, and treating universal partnerships the same manner as the traditional marriages. See Bwanya v Master of the High Court, Cape Town and Others [2021] ZACC 51, at paragraphs 53-57 and 67.

Consequently, the moment a universal partnership is proven to be in existence between the parties, it becomes a legal valid arrangement, as it is the case with a traditional marriage.

Please see case attached for ease of reference

Kind Regards
Allen West

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