The JBCC agreements have overwhelmed the South African construction industry, becoming required for contracts with the state and fast becoming the preferred contract suite for major and minor works throughout

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A contractor has a common law right to exercise what is commonly referred to as a “builder’s lien” over property of his employer, as security for payment for work carried

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The Covid-19 pandemic brought about strict regulations and directives that restricted the travel and everyday operations of various companies in South Africa. This forced companies to develop a new business

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Written by Raffaella Migliore As a result of the national utility company generating insufficient electricity to meet demand from increasingly aging infrastructure, South Africa has experienced 15 years of chronic

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Written by Solly Epstein I stand in awe of present-day technological advances. This is understandable, considering I was admitted as an attorney in June 1968. At the time I commenced

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Written by Isabella Black INTRODUCTION There may be an instance where a claim was incorrectly calculated and, as such, the court in which the claim was originally brought no longer

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Written by Michael Owen The cogs of South Africa’s judicial system have remained untouched for decades, failing to stay abreast with modernity, and doing so at its own peril. However,

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Written by Daniel Marcus As South Africa moves out of its 3rd Covid-19 wave and lockdown regulations remain in force, questions continue to be raised by individuals as to the

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Written by Darren Swartz It often happens where both parties to a contract incorrectly interpret a term, or err under a mistaken assumption, for example that a lease agreement is

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The current economic climate has seen an increase in financial debt, with a large number of consumers being unable to meet their payment obligations to inter alia suppliers and/or lenders.

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