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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 ...
The Land Is Ours tells the story of South AfricaÆs first black lawyers, who operated in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
"This edited collection is the result of a workshop organised in March 2014 at the University of Birmingham's Institute for Advanced Studies, entitled: Hybridity: Exploring Power, Social Structures, and Institutions Beyond the Liberal West.--ECIP introduction.
An anonymous barrister writes a powerfully honest, provocative and moving first-hand account of life in the legal system and how it's failing us all
"The Poverty of Historicism" is a devastating criticism of the idea that there are fixed laws in history and that human beings are able to predict them. Popper dedicated the book to all those "who fell victim to the fascist and communist belief in Inexorable Laws of Historical Destiny".
The Law of Arbitration sets out the South African common law, legislation and case law applicable to each stage of the arbitration cycle, including the arbitration agreement, the staying of court proceedings, the appointment of and challenges to the arbitrators, the pleadings and arbitration proceedings, the arbitration award and court intervention
Administrative Law in South Africa takes full account of South African administrative law with the emphasis on judicial review of administrative action. The second edition has been thoroughly updated with all case law from the end of 2006 to 2011. This new edition retains the comprehensiveness, clarity and accessibility of the first edition.
A general introduction to the criminal law of Botswana. It seeks to elucidate the substantive criminal law of Botswana.
A collection of essays providing insight into the evolution of South African law, exploring the process of the integration of European civil law and English civil law. Each essay attempts to assess the level of interaction between the civil and the common law.
This work reveals, in the words of those who testified, how the judges failed to uphold the rule of law in the "rebuilding" of the South African nation. For the most part, the lawyers of apartheid deserted its victims. However, as the author shows, many continue to commit a more serious crime.