1867Blue Bk for Col. 1866 JJ38About 120 pieces of ground, called legplekken, have been given out for one year for which the parties pay a stamp of £1 for each lot.
1884Cape Law JrnlI. 317These loan places were in some cases..granted together with the right to an outstation or ‘leg-plek,’ to which the stock might be moved with the change of seasons...The land situate immediately around the head station, homestead or centre of the loan place, was called the ‘Ordonnantie,’ to distinguish it from the outstation or leg-plek.
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