Our Cases VIII selected body of law matters curially developed from 30 April 2018 to1 May 2019 are composed of - difference of opinion between important statutory entity and transactory parties in re notifications; execution against primary property where the mortgagee exercised rights in terms of the loan agreement, in the last two decades deemed a simple commercial matter, however now in terms of Constitutional housing the requirement is that all relevant circumstances be curially considered before depriving a person of his or her home; the effects of bona vacantia assets of a UK firm in terms of asserting privilege having regard for aggrieved stakeholders; material non-disclosure to an insurance underwriter; res inter alios acta in re a non-surety; money lending from indemnity insurance; whether a written clause in a franchise agreement in the assessed tax period was categorised as future expenditure; application for debt review where an act of insolvency was not deemed committed; restitutio in integrum; an ancillary breach of listing agreement, whether a new portal infringed Uk competition law by structural cartel price-fixing, barrier entry or anti-competitive behaviour. Graeme and Vel Fraser are finalizing our 15th Corporate Litigation book.
Above R - the beautiful solar glow on the rufus Haartebees that inhabits its nifty, quick agility as it dodges predators very well. Far R - the Kudu antelope that adapts by being evasive, seen foraging early - an apt time to view animals feeding at lodges, game parks where game is presently found in abundance in addition on mini-game farms some exclusively managing kudu, rooi ribbok, blesbok, springbok and any additional animals from the smaller set.
South African perspectives on our wild life..
S of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, geographical aspects of the subtropical savanna-forest boundaries, grasslands, majestic deep ravines and jagged mountain water cliffs where existing contentedly are the Big Five, antelope, small mammals, common birds and insect types in adaptation to their changing circumstances and managed to ensure peak survival. In South Africa, National Environment Managements' shoulder nature's processes and give full effect to relevant legislation, contiguous rules and protocols. Below L - a young adult "ungulate" [any animal with hooves] in particular the South African Warthog, commences early feeds on roots, bulbs, birds eggs and insects.