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Whether you want to buy a television or a car, provide a service, file a consumer complaint or return an item to a seller, you need to know your rights under the new Consumer Protection Act ...
This edition of this seminal work is the only title which comprehensively addresses current environmental management in South Africa from an interdisciplinary perspective.
This work documents the contributions of the speakers at the World Jurist Association's seminar, who addressed the idea that the judiciary should participate in the process of continuing legal education. The contributors include Justice Austin Amissah, President of the Botswana Appeal Court.
Regulation 9(2) of the General Machinery Regulations to the Act requires employers with boilers on the premises to display a copy of Schedule C in a legible form in a conspicuous place at the premises. This poster contains Schedule C in English and Afrikaans.
International law: a South African perspective is the only book currently available that addresses international law from a South African perspective. The book refers to international and South African sources in order to provide a study of both international law and international law as it is applied in South Africa.
The Constitution of South Africa's Bill of Rights is known for being one of the most progressive in the world. This poster contains the Bill of Rights, sections 7-39 of the Constitution.
An analysis and history of the WHO Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes. It is suitable for anyone interested in the legal interpretation, the implementation and investigating possible breaches of this essential measure to ensure that women in the world are given the opportunity to breastfeed their children.
The purpose of this text is to aid the interpretation and application of the South African Constitution. The author illustrates her arguments by referring to foreign and local case law as well as drawing on philosophical understanding and debate.
This is the first title on the South African law of unjustified enrichment, covering the entire field of this area of the law. It aims not only at giving an accurate description of the current law, but also to investigate new solutions to old problems, making use of comparative insights.