Author: GilesFiles

Protecting racehorses considered : just or fair punishment?

Employment rights Employees have constitutional rights, which include the right neither to be unlawfully nor unfairly dismissed.  Lawfulness requires proof of gross misconduct before employers may dispense with reasonable notice...

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Interdicting unlawful competition : False representations

For subscribers only Whilst some judgment summaries are available to all, this judgment summary is reserved for subscribers only. If you are already a subscriber, you can login to see this judgment summary. If you cannot login,...

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Dangerous nursery schools : Legal duties considered

MEC: Western Cape Department of Social Development v Esau Dangerous nursery schools and legal liability for injuries concerning regulation 30(4) but the same legal principles and policy issues governing wrongfulness were...

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Strict liability principle: Domesticated animals causing harm

Van Meyeren v Cloete Actio de pauperie exists to ensure that as between the owner of an animal and the innocent victim of harm caused by the animal, it is appropriate for the owner to bear the responsibility for that harm and in...

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Disposition without value: Exception and ‘value’?

Strydom NO v Snowball Wealth (Pty) Ltd Disposition without value or ‘not made for value’ interpretated by High Court in context of an exception to the pleadings and on the facts  the disposition was clearly not for...

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