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25th January 2021 The ideology of a rainbow nation has been at its peak for the past 25 years. Although it has lost so much of its appeal today, it has always been a... →
Prescription: Where the creditor did not know the identity of the debtor and facts giving rise to the debt – A close look at Section 12(3) of the Prescription Act
8th December 2020 It is common knowledge that any other debts taking exception to Section 11(a) to (c) of the Prescription Act of 68 of 1969 (Prescription Act)... →
Condictio Indebiti: Johannes T H Van Niekerk V Liberty Group Limited (1392/18) 2020 [Zasca] 65 (15 June 2020)
27th November 2020 Unjustified Enrichment refers to the instance where a party’s interest or estate is increased at the expense of another party’s interest or estate,... →
11th November 2020 When judgment is granted, the creditor may issue a document referred to as a warrant of execution at the Court that granted the judgment in... →
26th October 2020 With world-wide discussions on the negative economical impact of Covid-19 one struggles to find the silver lining amongst the clouds of failed... →
30th September 2020 There are certain limitations to what protection, protection orders can offer. Some abuse the process to cause frustration in a particular area of... →
22nd September 2020 When entering into settlement discussions, the content of your discussions and subsequent correspondence is of the utmost importance. Consideration... →