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Road Accident Claims
Supreme Court of Appeal
Small Claims Court
Family and Divorce Law
Labour and Employment Law
Trust as an estate planning tool
Consumer Protection Act
Prevention of Illegal Eviction from Unlawful Occupation (PIE) Act
Rental Housing Act
Transfer Duty on Immovable Property
Your will and your property
The right to strike in South Africa
The Road Accident Fund Amendment Act
The right to assisted dying
Wills & Estates
Are fathers entitled to maternity leave?
Marriage out of community of property
What you need to know about trusts
Are Fathers Entitled To Maternity Leave?
The Fairness Of A Zero Tolerance Policy
Aanhegtings En Toebehore Aan Eiendom Wat Verkoop Word – Wat Bly En Wat Mag Gly
The Right To Assisted Dying
Property And Tax Guide 2016/2017
Business Rescue Proceedings
Marriage In South Africa: Out Of Community Of Property
Can A Traditional Healer Book Me Off From Work?
Is Jou Onderneming Se Advertering Wettig?
Procedure At Property Transactions
Toekoms Van Mediese Versekering Bekyk
Duties Of An Attorney To Prevent A Claim From Prescribing
What Is A Trust?
Why Is It Important To Have A Will?
Protection from domestic violence
Required steps prior to institution of action: credit providers’ position
Calculation of future loss of income
Directors and personal liability
Trumped! A home owner can be evicted as an unlawful occupier
Your will and a practical plan for your loved ones
Employees: Must you report wrongdoers? A violent strike illustrates
Companies: How private are shareholders’ details?
Meter wars: a consumer strikes back
Copyright in cyberspace: New guidelines for online publishers
Property agreements – an alteration could sink your sale!
Property and trusts: Be careful!
Beware, nothing lasts forever (not even powers of attorneys from your aging parents)
Employees: Are your social media posts private?
Rates up after a property revaluation? Object, but do it properly!
Contracting with a company: Check For Director Authority!
Starting a business? The “Flying Solo” Option
Property buyers: Must you pay the previous owner’s old debts?
Domestic violence: report it!
Body corporate vs Nightmare neighbour: Court to the rescue
Motorists renewing licences – What to take with you
Your holiday season guide to home buying and selling
Did you know? The legal limits to paying in coins (plus a bit on bitcoin)
13th Cheques: Must you pay an annual bonus?
“Demolish or go to jail”: Developer in the doghouse
Buy That House! You’re off the Hook for the Seller’s Municipal DebtsGetting Married? Don’t Forget the Legal Consequences
Two minutes to a swimming pool tragedy and a R62m damages claim
Domestic Workers’ Wages up 1 December
Barking dogs driving you batty? Noisy neighbours and the interdict option
Starting a Business in 2017: The Private Company Option
Buying to Build in a Development? Read This
Signing Surety – The Sting’s in the Tail
Religious Discrimination in the Workplace
Bad Bureaucrats – Threaten Them with Personal Liability
Property: Do You Have Automatic Rights to Views and Privacy?
Buying and Selling Property: Who Pays the Taxman?
Creditors: When Can You Use a Liquidation Application to Collect Debt?
Collecting Arrear Levies: A New Risk for Your Body Corporate
Directors and the “Delinquency” Danger
Landlords v Tenants – Who Pays for Unauthorised Repairs?
Creditors – Your Special Notarial Bond is Good for 30 Years
What is an Occupancy Certificate? Why Do You Need It?
Dagga – Arrest Risk Remains
Will Your ANC Protect Trust Assets on Divorce?
Starting a Business? The Business Trust Option
The R1m buffalo that died: a lesson in passing of risk
Property sellers: Don’t pay “future rates”
Dogs (and Other Animals) Behaving Badly: An Angry Ostrich and a R6.75m claim
TV Cameras In The Courtroom – Media Circus Or Public Right? Lessons From The Van Breda Trial
Plot-And-Plan: Great Option, Just Beware The Building Deadline
7 Myths about making a will
Evicting your troublesome tenant: More problems with PIE
Trusts: New Directive On Independent Trustees