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City of Harare Seeks Permission To Demolish Illegal Houses In Kuwadzana

5 years agoWed, 06 Jun 2018 07:24:46 GMT
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City of Harare Seeks Permission To Demolish Illegal Houses In Kuwadzana

Acting town clerk for the Harare City Council, Hosiah Chisango has filed an application at the High Court seeking an order to demolish illegal structures in Kuwadzana 3. The structures were constructed by members of Sekusile Housing Co-operative on land which was sold to FBC Building Society. Part of the application reads,

The applicant (City of Harare) had undisturbed peaceful possession at all material times of the land in question. The applicant has sold the land in question to FBC Building Society in terms of the agreement of sale attached hereto as Annexure A…The applicant, upon making efforts to deliver the land in question to FBC Building Society on May 22, 2018, discovered that the respondent (Sekusile Housing Co-operative) and those claiming title under it are in unlawful occupation and despoiled the applicant of its peaceful possession…There is no other competent remedy available to the applicant. The applicant has, therefore, been left with no other option, but to approach this honourable court for relief.

The matter is yet to be set down for hearing.

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