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Unjustified Enrichment - A Casebook
Professor Gerrit Pienaar
Professor at Northwest University
Professor at the Northwest University.
Co-author of 5 textbooks, 2 case-books and 4 student workbooks, author of 2 monographs and 81 articles published in law journals regarding the law of associations, sectional titles, property law, deeds registration and unjustified enrichment.
Currently a Professor at the Northwest University
Senior lecturer in Private law, Potchefstroom University (now the Northwest University) from 1 July 1979; associate professor from 1984 to 1986..
Candidate attorney Hofmeyr, Van der Merwe & Botha, Johannesburg from 1 January 1974; partner Brink, Pfaff & Pienaar, Pretoria from 30 June 1976 to 30 June 1979 and at present associate at Viviers Inc, Potchefstroom
Visited several universities in the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and the United States for research regarding the law of associations, sectional titles, property law, deeds registration and unjustified enrichment.
Received several grants from the Human Sciences Research Council, the National Research Foundation, the Attorneys’ Fidelity Fund and the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst for research on projects in South Africa and abroad. In 2001 the CHO-price was awarded to him for the monograph “Legal subjectivity and the juristic person.”
Project leader of a NRF research project on the alleviation of poverty in the rural areas by security of title (2005-2006).
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