April 19, 2022

What Can You Do When Someone Close to You Has No Control Over Their Spending?

“A prodigal is a person who, through some defect of character or will, squanders his or her assets with such abandon that he or she threatens […]
April 19, 2022

Exemption Clauses and Thieving Employees: Can You Sue (or Be Sued)?

“Where one of the parties wishes to be absolved either wholly or partially from an obligation or liability which would or could arise at common law […]
May 9, 2022

Property owners: Your rates could quadruple for unauthorised land use

  “The said penalty… was imposed due to the fact that the property was being used in contradiction to its zoning” (extract from judgment below) Municipalities […]
May 9, 2022

Beware the badly worded bond clause!

“The terms of the contract are the decisive criterion by which any potential expiry of a deadline has to be determined” (extract from the judgment below) […]
May 9, 2022

Don’t just leave your loved ones assets – leave them a legacy!

“A Legacy Letter is a way for you to share your values, life lessons, cherished memories, hopes for your family’s future, and anything else that is […]
May 9, 2022

Workplace harassment: The new code in a nutshell

“The criterion that harassment involves unwanted conduct distinguishes acts of harassment from acceptable conduct in the workplace” (extract from the Code, emphasis added) With effect from […]
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