Category: Cause: statute

Applying employment law: Two schools of thought

Watching the Senate debates in the USA concerning the appointment of a member of the highest court to replace the recently deceased associate judge it became noticeably clear that there are two distinct schools of thought...

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Protected occupier saved: Eviction order set aside

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Interrupting power supply: Attempt to bypass municipality?

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Setting aside sale: Execution and condonation refused

Huysamen v Absa Bank Ltd Setting aside sale of property in execution not permitted when delay is caused by attorney and it is unacceptable for attorneys to rely on inexperience in conducting appeals because the appeal notice...

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Applying legality principle: Must consult over rules

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Valuing golf courses: Various methods discussed

De Zalze Golf Club v VAB: Stellenbosch Municipality The Club reviewed and set aside a decision made by the Valuation Appeal Board (VAB) for the Stellenbosch Municipality in the Club’s appeal against a valuation of its golf...

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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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Penalty stipulation enforced: Moderated and reduced

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Repudiating employment contracts: Trust and confidence

During 1996 the Employment and Industrial Relations Journal of the International Bar Association published an article written by Graham Giles just before the newly adopted Labour Relations Act, 1996 came into force in November...

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Unpaid employment benefits: Default judgment rejected

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Occupier defined explained: Clash – ESTA and PIE

Droomer NO v Snyders Full bench considered the jurisdictional issues and the possible conflict and overlapping caused by the provisions of the PIE Act and ESTA and  respondents only qualified as ‘occupiers’ if their occupation...

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