Category: Legality principle

Reciprocal contractual obligations: Duty to disclose transfer?

Maoke v Telkom (Soc) Ltd (CPIC) Reciprocal contractual obligations of trust and confidence arise impliedly and have been accepted by the SCA as part of our law and in this matter the claim should have alleged that Telkom...

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Adjusting levies considered: Exclusive use of gardens areas

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Legality review granted: Decision appointing administrator

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Arbitrators’ notes privileged: Disclosure not required

Zamani Marketing and Management Consultants (Pty) Ltd v HCI Invest 15 Holdco (Pty) Ltd Arbitrators notes ‘privileged’ and high court decided that “. . . , as a general matter, the arbitrators’ notes are too...

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Reviewing own decisions: Internal policies subverted

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Breaching conduct code: Invalid investigation

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Municipal manager appointments: Mootness

Notyawa v Makana Municipality   Municipal manager appointments examined and found that leave to appeal had to be refused because in the concurring judgment of Froneman J the issues were already moot and no purpose would be...

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Municipal manager appointments: Leave refused

Notyawa v Makana Municipality   Municipal manager appointments examined and found that leave to appeal had to be refused because there were no prospects of success and the discretion had been properly exercised by the high ...

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Municipal manager appointments: Public power or legality

Notyawa v Makana Municipality   Municipal manager appointments under the spotlight in the Constitutional Court and a decision expected today concerning leave to appeal.”The Municipality submits that the High Court was...

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Deployment decision reviewed: Collective agreement

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