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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Following English law, South African Law recognises the right of an insurer to step into the shoes of its insured in proceedings against third parties who are liable for damages

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Written by: Miles Manning A fundamental cornerstone of the rule of law is that no person may take the law into their own hands. Following this doctrine, if anyone takes

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Is your divorce taking a long time to finalise? Do you have no form of income? Fortunately, in these circumstances the law provides the Rule 43 application as a simplified,

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As a litigator or a private third party, we are aware of the vast differences between Civil litigation and Commercial litigation, these differences include the involvement of businesses rather than

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Due to the high-pressure nature of the industry, construction projects often give rise to disputes. Resolving disputes in the Courts can be time-consuming and costly and this is, of course,

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The Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPI) is legislation that was introduced to encourage the protection of personal information which is processed by both public and private bodies.

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