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  • What is Private Law | Branches, Features of Private Law, Remedies / …

    PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW Private international law has been recognised as an aspect of municipal law. Its legal sources are now constitutions, statutes and, in common law countries, judicial decisions. The ordinary courts can therefore enforce it.

  • Mining Law in South Africa | Mining Legislation | Mining …

    This is the largest ever South African corporate bond debut, as well as the largest ever private-sector corporate bond debut in Africa. The net proceeds of the rights offering and the senior notes offering will be used to refinance a bridge facility drawn to fund Sibanye''s acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company, a US-based platinum group metals (PGM) producer.

  • (PDF) INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH AFRICAN LAW: HISTORY, …

    of South African law moved from the realm of theory to that of practice, and a profound re-orientation of South African law away from English law …

  • ISSN 1727-3781

    African private law with reference to publications by several South African writers (especially fn 19). For an exposition of the relationship between Roman-Dutch and English legal principles, see

  • Private Law vs Public Law

    Private Law versus Public Law comparison chart Private Law Public Law Governs Relationships between individuals, such as the the Law of Contracts and the Law of Torts. The relationship between individuals and the state. Subdivisions Civil law, labor law, commercial law, corporate law, competition law.

  • South African | African | International | Videos

     · There was a time not too long ago when mineral resources were considered to be the private property of those who owned the surface property. This is still the case in common law. But, in 2002, government expropriated this private property without compensation and exercises absolute control over it today. With every passing day, government seems …

  • Prof Marius de Waal | Universiteit Stellenbosch Fakulteit Regsgeleerdheid | University of Stellenbosch Faculty of Law

    "Law of succession" in CG van der Merwe and JE du Plessis (eds.) Introduction to the Law of South Africa (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 2004) 169 ff. "Identifying real rights in South African law: the ''subtraction from the dominium '' test and its application" in S Bartels and M Milo (eds.) Contents of Real Rights (Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2004) 83 ff.

  • Mining Law in South Africa | Laws regulating Mining Law

     · Dale, South African Mineral and Petroleum Law, par 92.2.1. Anglo Operations Ltd v Sandhurst Estates (Pty) Ltd 2007 (2) SA 363 (SCA) at par 16 Section 3 of the MPRDA Franklin and Kaplan, The Mining and Mineral Laws of South Africa, 79.

  • South African Mineral Law: Theory, Context and Reform | …

    South African Mineral Law: Theory, Context and Reform. PVL4504S. Final Level, first semester, two lectures per week. 9 NQF credits at HEQSF level 8. Convener: Professor H Mostert. Course entry requirements: PVL2002H (Property Law) at Preliminary B level. Co-requisites: PBL4001W (Administrative Law)

  • LEGAL REALISM, TRANSFORMATION AND THE LEGACY OF DUGARD

    implications remain undeveloped within the theory and practice of law in South Africa. (Critical )legal realism raises significant questions about the nature of law and its role in sustaining public and private power. The lessons of legal realism in relation to the

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: The Need for Legislation in the …

     · PVL4504F: South African Mineral Law: Theory, Context and Reform LLM Programme LLM Courses PVL5625S: Property Law in a Constitutional Order PVL5632F: Oil and Gas Law in South Africa PVL5630F: Comparative Mineral Law in Africa Short Courses

  • Legal Positivism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

     · Legal positivism is the thesis that the existence and content of law depends on social facts and not on its merits. The English jurist John Austin (1790–1859) formulated it thus: The existence of law is one thing; its merit and demerit another. Whether it be or be not is one enquiry; whether it be or be not conformable to an assumed standard ...

  • LAW OF PERSONS

    of Law for LLB2, as well as comprising one of the six component courses for the Legal Theory 3 major in the Faculties of Humanities, Science and Commerce. The Law of Persons forms part of private law, and is concerned with the determination of status.

  • Public interest litigation and social change in South Africa

    Public interest litigation and social change in South Africa: Strategies, tactics and lessons By Steven Budlender, Gilbert Marcus SC and Nick Ferreira Published by The Atlantic Philanthropies October 2014 Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this

  • Four Senses of the Public Law-Private Law Distinction

    Georgetown University Law Center Scholarship @ GEORGETOWN LAW 1986 Four Senses of the Public Law-Private Law Distinction Randy E. Barnett Georgetown University Law Center, [email protected] This paper can be downloaded free of charge

  • The Legal Profession in South Africa

    South Africa, highlighting the complex role that practitioners have played in the development of our society. It also explores the legal nature of the relationships that may exist between practitioners and clients as well as between practitioners themselves.

  • INTRODUCTION TO LAW SCHOOL 2020

    Introduction to Law School Page 3 2 ILLUSTRATION OF THE CLASSIFICATIONS OF SOUTH AFRICAN LAW Meintjies-Van der Walt1 compares the law to a tree. Below is a simplified version of this tree: 1 L Meintjies-Van der Walt et al Introduction to South African Law 3rd ed (2019).

  • (DOC) difference between real and personal rights | Jabulani …

    The object of a real right is a corporeal thing 2. A real right affords a direct power over the thing 3. In principle real rights are absolute and afford a right of pursuit 4. Real rights afford a right of preference in the event of insolvency 5. The maxim prior in tempore potior in iure applies to a conflict between two or more real rights 6.

  • A call to unshackle artisanal miners in South Africa | Mineral Law in Africa

     · A call to unshackle artisanal miners in South Africa. 6 Mar 2018 - 15:15. Artisanal mining is illegal in South Africa, as it is not provided for in primary mining legislation. [1] The MPRDA does provide for a mining permit, which was envisioned to provide for the regulation of all artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) activities occurring on a ...

  • CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA

    The practice of a trade, occupation or profession may be regulated by law." 4 Section 25(1) provides: "No one may be deprived of property except in terms of law of general application, and no law may permit arbitrary deprivation of property." 5 South African

  • CHAPTER 3 THE SOUTH AFRICAN LAW OF CONTRACT: A …

    2 D Kennedy ''Form and Substance in Private Law Adjudication'' (1976) 89 Harvard LR 1685. 3 M Kelman A Guide to Critical Legal Studies (1987). 4 A Cockrell ''Substance and Form in the South African Law of Contract'' (1992) 109 SALJ 40. 5 C Dalton ''An Essay

  • Difference Between Public and Private Law | Comparison, …

     · Private Law: This branch of law is responsible for regulating the activities between two or more private entities in a just and fair manner. Governing Area Public law: This branch of tries to ensure the public interest of the general population.

  • Home | Department of Private Law

    Private Law is focused on the legal interests of individuals in society. All private law can be tested against the Constitution, with particular reference to the Bill of Rights. The impact of the constitution on the South African private law has been referred to as the "constitutionalisation" of this area of law. The Faculty''s Department ...

  • (PDF) Private-International-Law-Notes | Abhishek Meena

    Private-International-Law-Notes. × Close Log In Log in with Facebook Log in with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we''ll email you a reset link. Need an account? Log In ...

  • South African Decolonisation

     · From the standpoints of conquered people, the emergence and the various transformations of the South African state were, therefore, concretisation of conquest. From this perspective, the 1961 Constitution did not herald the era of decolonisation. Rather, the 1961 constitution should be understood as part of a settler preservation strategy known ...

  • (PDF) INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH AFRICAN LAW: HISTORY, SYSTEM AND …

    of South African law moved from the realm of theory to that of practice, and a profound re-orientation of South African law away from English law …

  • Law of South Africa

    South Africa has a ''hybrid'' or ''mixed'' legal system, formed by the interweaving of a number of distinct legal traditions: a civil law system inherited from the Dutch, a common law system inherited from the British, and a customary law system inherited from indigenous Africans (often termed African Customary Law, of which there are many variations depending on the tribal …

  • Public Law vs. Private Law: Definitions and Differences

     · Public Law vs. Private Law If you saw a man run from a convenience store with a few pilfered products under his arm, he is violating public law. He committed the crime of theft, and that affects ...

  • Private International Law Notes

    PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW Private international law has been recognised as an aspect of municipal law. Its legal sources are now constitutions, statutes and, in common law countries, judicial decisions. The ordinary courts can therefore enforce it.

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