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The impact of the precautionary principle and the SPS agreement on international trade.
WTO Agreements have failed to adequately cater for the needs of developing countries. The WTO Agreements, particularly the SPS Agreements has failed to take into account the special needs of developing and least developing ...
Regulation of insolvency law in South Africa : the need for reform.
Regulatory bodies must function properly in order for their duties to be performed. The performance of the regulatory body impacts the entire insolvency system. Academics have noted that the Master does not meet the ...
Contractual exemption clauses under the South African Constitution : an examination of the potential impact of public policy and Ubuntu on such provisions.
This dissertation will examine the current state of our common law in relation to its treatment of exemption clauses in contracts, and will focus on recent developments which may augur greater scope and a new approach to ...
Strikes and essential services : a South African perspective considered in light of the proposed amendments to the LRA.
Abstract not available.
The role of unequal bargaining power in challenging the validity of a contract in South African contract law.
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A critical analysis of the liability imposed on South African companies for the cartel offence of tender collusion and the offending company's rights to hold is directors personally accountable.
Corporate crime is an area of criminal law that has swiftly gained momentum in South Africa, more specifically the cartel offence of tender collusion, particularly among the larger corporations within the construction ...
The position of 'low income low asset' (LILA) debtors in South Africa : the need for legislative reform.
Consumer over-indebtedness affects anyone in the world whether rich or poor. However, it is a common feature amongst the poor or rather the low income earners, since they will from time to time find other means to subsidise ...
The effectiveness of the e-commerce legal framework in selected African countries.
Abstract not available.
Class actions : a proposed procedure in terms of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008.
Due to length and time constraints, this dissertation will briefly examine and provide an overview of the current method that courts have adopted in bringing a class action in Southern Africa and internationally. Specific ...