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25 June 2017
Legal Briefs
 
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08 Jun 2017
 
 
Should disciplinary codes and procedures form part of the employment contract, or not?
SCHOEMAN LAW
Employers often take for granted the importance of having clearly defined disciplinary codes and procedures in place, especially smaller employers who have a small staff compliment. The employers...
 
 
07 Jun 2017
 
The Limits or Extension of Spoliation
SCHOEMAN LAW
For many practitioners, the mandament van spolie (spoliation) is a concept you vaguely remember from law school. In practice, however, it is known as a robust remedy and often not the first choice....
 
 
06 Jun 2017
 
Section 14 Of The Consumer Protection Act – A Property Owner’s Greatest Downfall
SCHOEMAN LAW
Section 14 of the Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008, (“CPA”), which relates to the expiry and renewal of fixed term agreements, reads as follows: “14 (1)  This section does not apply to...
 
 
11 May 2017
 
The Rise of Fraudulent Qualifications
SCHOEMAN LAW
The rising number of public figures found holding fraudulent qualification certificates has become a growing concern for employers and recruitment companies. In 2015, The Gauteng Health Department...
 
 
05 May 2017
 
Arbitration in South Africa
SCHOEMAN LAW
Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution; a technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts.  Litigation is often associated with an oversupply of disputes and an...
 
 
18 Apr 2017
 
Non-Profit Companies: Registering as a Public Benefit Organisation and the benefits that accompany such status
SCHOEMAN LAW
A Non-Profit Company (“NPC”) is a company that is incorporated for one of more objectives, either for public benefit, or an objective relating to cultural or social activities, or communal group...
 
 
06 Apr 2017
 
The rights of minority shareholders – should you stay or should you go?
SCHOEMAN LAW
It is a common international corporate principle that directors run the day to day affairs of a company whilst the shareholders, although they do have decision making power based on democratic...
 
 
20 Mar 2017
 
Universal Partnerships Between Spouses Married With An Antenuptial Contract
SCHOEMAN LAW
Our law has since 1945, in Fink v Fink (the Fink-case), recognised the existence of universal partnerships between spouses married out of community of property. The jurisprudence developed by our...
 
 
 
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