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In South Africa, we have freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief, and opinion as stated in Section 15 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 1996, and further provides for in Section 17, the right to peacefully assemble, unarmed to demonstrate, picket and to present petitions.
Ageing is a natural part of life and it’s something we all must come to terms with. Upon retirement, many choose to down-size their living space and opt for a more affordable and secure home.
In South Africa, buying a property is one of the biggest decisions a person can make. However, a buyer needs to know their rights before they purchase a property so that they enter into a sale agreement that they understand.
This year has been an interesting one for all of us. It has presented challenges that the world was not prepared for. Who knew going into 2020 that we would be thrown into a pandemic and lockdown?
The COVID-19 pandemic has given many people the time to reflect and realise the importance of having an official and up to date Last Will and Testament in place.
Cannabis often referred to as Dope or Weed, is a psychoactive drug that until recently has been classified as an illegal substance.
Many South African citizens will reach a stage in their lives when they will need to consider spending their golden years in a retirement village.
There are various retirement options available in South Africa, however each elderly person has their own specific needs and preferences when it comes to where they would like to retire.
Commercial agreements are legally binding contracts between parties where one or both are either required to do something in terms of the contract or to refrain from doing something.
These agreements can either take the form of being verbal, in writing, or implied. In many instances, agreements contain warranties which should be reviewed by a lawyer beforehand in order to limit the damages between parties should one of them want to opt out.
Many people are unsure of how the debt collection procedure in the South African courts works.
As a result, many people suffer prejudice due to a delay in the proceedings and in some instances the claim becomes prescribed (expired).
Our courts have specific requirements regarding debt collection which can be explained in different stages.
In many labour disputes employees may be unfamiliar on what the correct procedure is to follow.
In South Africa, the procedure followed to resolve labour disputes is not based on the rules of civil litigation, but rather regulated by the provisions of the Labour Relations Act (also known as the LRA).
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