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A seller’s protection under the “voetstoots” clause in a deed of sale for immovable property is not as “absolute” as some might think. It is still the seller’s duty to inform prospective purchasers about all latent (hidden) defects in a property. A seller’s failure to do so could cost the seller in the long run
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What will happen to my vehicle after I have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and who will be responsible for the damages? Over and above the emotional and economical tension it causes a person and his family, there will always be legal principles that apply
Your neighbour is usually a reasonable man, but his trees’ branches overhang into your property, blocking your gutters with leaves, not to mention the root system creeping closer to your home’s foundation. When you confront him, he flatly refuses to do anything about it.
Facebook, Twitter and other social network sites are part of many people’s lives and serve as a useful vehicle for sharing one’s personal views. However, these sites may have unfortunate ramifications.
Wanneer ‘n persoon deur ‘n hond gebyt word, kan die beseerde persoon aksie instel teen die eienaar van die hond vir die verhaal van skade. Skuld aan die kant van die eienaar is nie ‘n vereiste vir aanspreeklikheid om aanhangig gemaak te word teen die eienaar nie.
The Road Accident Fund has created the assurance that public road users will be covered in the event of any motor vehicle accident which caused either injuries or death, and for the losses suffered thereby, such as medical expenses, loss of earnings and even general damage.
The law provides more protection to the tenant than ever before. It comes as no surprise that landlords feel that the current legislation enables the tenant to avoid paying rent and also offers much more protection to tenants' interests and rights than to those of the landlord.
A criminal record is not something that people should take lightly. The first charge may not land you in jail, but it puts you in many other awkward situations.
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