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SOCIAL MEDIA SHARING – CAN I BE HELD LIABLE? – Lynette Badenhorst Social media has become a platform where people can share their opinions and various ideas, by the push of a button. With controversial tweets from politicians to the average person on the street, everyone has the opportunity to provide their opinion to the...
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PROPOSED PROCESS CHANGE: LOST DEEDS – Nadia Burger What is a deed? The most common deed is a title deed for your property. When you have no mortgage bond registered over your property, you as the owner of the property should be in possession of the original title deed. An original title deed bears the...
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SINGLE PARENTS: SHOW ME THE MONEY FOR SCHOOL FEES – Zinta Heunis A school fee is an agreed upon amount of money that parents pay towards schools, aimed at improving the quality of education of their children as learners. Although it may not include registration fees, administration or other fees, Section 1 of the South...
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SOCIAL MEDIA SHARING – CAN I BE HELD LIABLE? – Lynette Badenhorst Social media has become a platform where people can share their opinions and various ideas, by the push of a button. With controversial tweets from politicians to the average person on the street, everyone has the opportunity to provide their opinion to the...
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TO ‘B-E-E’ OR NOT TO ‘B-E-E’ – Melissa Maritz Since South Africa became a democratic republic in 1994, our economy and our law underwent transformation in various aspects such as human rights and equality.The South African government has, over the course of the past 20 years, attempted to implement certain legislative frameworks to constitute a...
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CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PROCEDURE – Tjaart de Beer The playing field between the supplier and consumer has been levelled on 31 March 2011 when the Consumer Protection Act No. 68 of 2008 (“the Act”) came into effect.  There are many examples of victories by the vulnerable consumer against the typical conniving supplier to attest to...
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PROTECTION OF CHILDREN IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM – Kimesha Govender It is almost unimaginable that children are able to make themselves guilty of criminal offences, yet it is something that happens every day. Our law has however developed and implemented alternative measures for a child offender other than the normal court procedure to be...
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TO ‘B-E-E’ OR NOT TO ‘B-E-E’ – Melissa Maritz Since South Africa became a democratic republic in 1994, our economy and our law underwent transformation in various aspects such as human rights and equality.The South African government has, over the course of the past 20 years, attempted to implement certain legislative frameworks to constitute a...
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MI CASA, DUM CASTA – SHOULD I STILL PAY SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE? – Zinta Heunis You recently got divorced and you agreed to pay your ex-wife’s spousal maintenance for a couple of years. Your children tell you that their mom has a new boyfriend and the relationship looks serious. The question you now ask yourself is...
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SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE – Tjaart de Beer So much has been written about shares and companies, but what about a member’s interest held in a close corporation (“CC”)? As from the inception of the New Companies Act No. 71 of 2008 (“the Act”) on 1 April 2011, CC’s are no longer available for incorporation....
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Our clients therefore enjoy pure, pragmatic and expert advice in line with the latest developments of the law.