April 23, 2024

Treasury takes steps to regulate cryptocurrencies

We have previously explored the notion of cryptocurrencies and the regulation thereof. A theme which has permeated the conversation and analysis by commentators is the disruptive […]
April 23, 2024

The liability of estate agents for failure to make disclosure in terms of section 67 of the property practitioners act of 2019

The duty of the seller and/or the property practitioner (agent) to disclose latent and patent defects (defects) to the prospective purchasers when selling the immovable property, […]
April 23, 2024

Rights of the Minority Shareholders in a Share re-purchase

A Share buy-back a repurchase of its own shares, involves a transaction whereby a company buys back issued shares from shareholders, these transactions are regulated by […]
March 25, 2024

On the cusp of greatness: A young legal professional’s perspective on law

A young legal mind brews with resourceful ideas to help change and shape the world in various ways. Felix Frankfurter, who served as the Associate Justice […]
March 25, 2024

Collation

“Collation Bonorum”, also referred to as collation, is a common law principle whereby the descendent returns all assets, whether movable or immovable property, to the deceased`s […]
March 25, 2024

An insight into the division of parental leave: The implications of Van Wyk and others v minister of employment and labour

In the South Gauteng High Court, the reported case of Van Wyk and Others v Minister of Employment and Labour (“Van Wyk”)[1] heralded a stepping stone […]
January 9, 2024

The ABCs of Lease Agreements in South Africa

Navigating the world of lease agreements can be complex and fraught with potential pitfalls. In South Africa, these agreements are an essential tool for establishing clear […]
January 9, 2024

What Implications Does a Lien Have on Eviction Proceedings: Part 1

In conflicts between property owners and tenants seeking compensation for property improvements before leaving, eviction proceedings are possible, but success depends on location and lease terms. […]
January 9, 2024

The Intent to Revoke a Last Will and Testament

The Western Cape High Court recently examined whether a person had the intent to revoke their existing will. The deceased, hospitalised with COVID-19, expressed a desire […]
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