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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
A critical analysis of Section 129 (1) (a) of the National Credit Act.
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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 ...
Intellectual property laws and the protection of traditional knowledge in South Africa : an evaluation of the current intellectual property system and its protection of traditional and indigenous knowledge.
The aim of this paper is to consider the debate amongst the various views regarding the Protection of Traditional Knowledge in South Africa. In the process, it will define Traditional Knowledge and provide some examples. ...
A comment on debt relief options for insolvent consumer debtors in South Africa.
The paper will be focused on examining the debt relief options available for consumer debtors in South Africa. This paper will look at the relationship between the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 and the Insolvency Act 24 ...