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About Nicolene Schoeman Louw

Attorney of the High Court RSA, Cape Law Society (member no. 13546), Notary Public, Conveyancer and B-B BEE Consultant   |   LLB cum laude (UFS) LLM commercial law/ B-B BEE (UFS)   |   Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning: CFP (US-2013)
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Coming soon!

At Schoeman Attorneys, we have always been dedicated to provide people with reliable and easily accessible  information on legal matters. In a continued effort to truly achieve this, Schoeman Attorneys will be launching a new website on 1 August 2010! The improvements to the website will include added functionality, easier browsing and an overall fresh, […]

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The new Companies Act – BEE

In the next of a series of articles, to be published in De Rebus magazine, regarding the implications of new Companies Act of 2008, Malokane, briefly discusses the implications of the new Act on BEE transactions. Share sale transactions and transfers play an integral part in BEE transactions. Under the Companies Act of 1973, shares […]

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Jurisdiction of the courts in South Africa

Jurisdiction of a court is generally founded on either, the person (defendant) or cause of action. Certain types of courts, e.g. Magistrates Courts and Small Claims Courts, are “creatures of statute” and thus, may only entertain matters which the enabling legislation of that court specifically allows. <read more>   There are many medicines. Certain medicines […]

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Antenuptial contracts and estate planning

An antenuptial contract is one of the most important contracts that a person will enter into during his / her lifetime. It regulates, in terms of South African law, whether a marriage will be one in community of property or out of community of property with, or without the application of the accrual system. It […]

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The new Companies Act – capital maintenance provisions

In the fourth of a series of articles, to be published in De Rebus magazine, regarding the implications of new Companies Act of 2008, Makhubele and Ratshimbilani, briefly discuss the new capital maintenance provisions contained therein. The provisions relating to capital maintenance in companies have always been legislated, in some manner and to some extent, […]

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