The transfer taker in this type of assignment is not required to inform the debtors of the transferor. The transfer director only holds this assignment as collateral, the cleared accounting debts are constantly replaced by new ones. In Grobbelaar/Oosthuizen 2009 (5) SA 500 (SCA), the Tribunal found that in the event of a transfer of rights, the assignor would lose all rights by issuing these rights to an assignee and, after the transfer, nothing would remain in the transferor (see item 8). This decision was supported by Kritzinger and Another/Standard Bank of South Africa (3034/2013)  ZAFFHS 215 (September 19, 2013) (Kritzinger case). We distinguish between non-existent rights and future rights. A future right is a right that does not exist at the date of transfer, but which may arise. Our law authorizes the transfer of future rights to the security of the security. The deed of transfer is the transfer of ownership to another entity. In international law, it often refers to land transfer areas that are delegated by contract. Ballentine`s Law Dictionary defines the assignment as “a capitulation; Abandonment to relinquish the jurisdiction of one board of directors in favour of another agency.  Unlike annexation, which involves forced forfeiture, the surrender is voluntary or, at the very least, obvious. An often overlooked principle is that absertin in nature is accessorial. Its validity depends not only on respect for the common law, but also on the existence of a valid principal obligation.
In the event of a safe transfer, the transfer provides debt relief for the guaranteed debt. These principles date back to a 1931 Appeal Division judgment (as at the time) in Kilburn v Kilburn and may even have existed before. This is the secondary nature of the transfer recently confirmed by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) to Brayton Carlswald (Pty) Ltd and Another v Brews (245/2016)  ZASCA 68. The Tribunal considered whether he was legally entitled to give in a debt after the underlying obligation had been extinguished by payment. In practice, the transfer process can be summed up as follows: 3. If the underlying agreement that leads to the transfer of the rights requires the prior agreement of the other original contracting party for the assignment, the Cedent must first request it.