few wordsAbout Us

A few words about LAIC

Our Approach

LAIC law clinic employs research, legal education, advocacy and strategic litigation to promote and protect property and land tenure rights.

Our Vision

Inclusive and secure land tenure

Challenge Land administration systems

Adcocate for change in Legal framework

Constitutional transformation in land tenure rights

Recognition of other social forms of land tenure

Our Success

On 31 October 2018 LAIC will launch and publish a research report on the legal and policy framework that governs the conversion of apartheid residential permits into ownership.

VISION

To achieve an inclusive, just and equitable tenure security on land in South Africa.

ourTeam

Siphiwe Nkosi

Managing Director

Linda Mdabe

Litigation Director

Nhlanhla Buthelezi

Communications and fundraising Director

Legal Interns

News

  • INSECURE LAND TENURE IN BLACK TOWNSHIPS

    A call for community-based agenda against insecure land tenure in Black Townships.
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  • Law Review

    Law review into land legislation
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ourTestimonials

Dithakong Tabe

I attended the legal roadshow on 27 July 2018, seeking information on house evictions. The legal roadshow was informative and helpful in understanding my legal rights as a tenant. Thank you

Puseletso Mofokeng

I attended the legal roadshow on 27 July 2018, seeking information on amendment of a house title deed

Neo Gwabeni

The legal roadshow was informative and helpful in understanding the legal requirements of preparing a will

Sibongile Dladla

Helpful in understanding my legal rights as an heir to my late parents’ deceased estate

Muziwempi Nyathikazi

Received information on how to institute divorce proceedings.The legal roadshow was informative and helpful

ourBest Works

Legal Education

LAIC law clinic hosted a legal workshop focusing on property rights in Soweto.

Bakgomana Primary School Matter

LAIC Law clinic Resisting an eviction for the unlawful residents conducted by the Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development.

Khambule Matter

LAIC law clinic is seeking a spoliation order.

Legal Research

LAIC law clinic is conducting research into the legal and policy framework that regulated urban land tenure in Black townships during apartheid and the conversion thereof into ownership.

Nkosi Matter

LAIC Law Clinic is resisting an eviction for the unlawful residents involving an 82 year old woman.