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Adams & Adams
Dogs, just like other domesticated animals, are an important part of most families – for affection, security, etc. As such, dogs play an important part in the family setting.
Tabacks
The limitation on t.he powers of the courts and arbitrators has led to a great deal of dissatisfaction in the fuel industry
Schoemanlaw Inc.
With the now fast-paced world in the fifth industrial revolution, the legal sector is at the forefront of current global technological growth which makes for a powerful force to enable...
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court of Appeal ("the SCA") handed down judgment in Meyers v MEC, Department of Health, Eastern Cape[1] which was delivered on 04 March 2020.
ENSafrica
The recent judgment in Union-Swiss (Proprietary) Limited v Govender and Others, delivered by the Kwa-Zulu Natal Local Division of the High Court, dismissed an application seeking ...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
Employees already have to endure a lengthy and often protracted journey to reach the oasis of a Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (hereinafter ‘CCMA') award in their favour...
Adams & Adams
On 22 June 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal not only delivered an interesting judgement for the legal fraternity but brought a widow one step closer to finally realising justice after 10 years.
ENSafrica
During the initial lockdown period, new legal process could only be issued for urgent matters, Coronavirus (COVID-19) matters, certain criminal and family law matters, claims that were about to prescribe or ...
Adams & Adams
It has now become ostensible that COVID-19 pandemic together with the restrictions imposed by governments around the world will affect everyone, every profession and business.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
The in duplum rule has been part of South African law for more than 100 years, translated, in duplum means ‘double the amount'. This common law rule provides that interest ...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
SchoemanLaw Inc assists clients to resolve disputes effectively
ENSafrica
The recent judgment of the Western Cape High Court, Hill NO and Another v Brown, provided a useful reminder of the differences between a notice and a pleading...
Adams & Adams
On 22 June 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal not only delivered an interesting judgement for the legal fraternity but brought a widow one step closer to finally realising justice after 10 years.
ENSafrica
•Is the service of a notice arguing that the particulars of claim is vague and embarrassing a valid response to a notice of bar? (Aslam Moosajee and Vishana Makan)
Adams & Adams
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SAC) in Motloung and Another v The Sheriff, Pretoria East and Others (Case no 1394/18) {2020} ZASCA ("Motloung")...
ENSafrica
The Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") recently handed down judgment in Tshaka NO and others v The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited and another in which it reminded account holders to take heed...
ENSafrica
Is a dispute resolution clause in a contract that came about as the result of fraud and misrepresentation regarded as invalid?...
ENSafrica
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land and its decisions are ordinarily binding on all other courts. This practice, under the doctrine of precedent provides some degree of...
ENSafrica
In a previous article, we reported the decision in Reyno Dawid de Beer and Others v Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs ("COGTA").
ENSafrica
The debarment of representatives and key individuals of Financial Service Providers ("FSPs") is regulated by the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002.
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