Tag Archivescommercial law
mental health

What is business rescue?

Introduction As businesses frequently encounter more and more financial difficulties, business rescue has become an increasingly more frequent occurrence. However, it is essential to understand the nature of business rescue and the implications thereof. This article will attempt to give a brief and broad overview of business rescue.  What is Business Rescue? Business rescue is […]

Read full story
evidence

Voluntary Associations and Non-Profit Companies-what are the differences?

Introduction What is the difference between a Non-Profit Company and a Voluntary Association? This article will explore what is formally required for both, and when may  one be more suitable than the other. While both are not for profit entities, and at face value may appear extremely similar, there are several key distinctions. Overview Section […]

Read full story
mental health

The Digital Age – Contracting and Debt Collection

The concept that digital contracts are negotiated and concluded over multiple platforms across the globe has moved from a futuristic idea to reality. The use of Conference calling, Skype, email, fax, Dropbox, Facebook, WhatsApp, SMS and printable webpages and other telecommunication platforms are used to interface and conclude digital contacts in the 21st Century, but […]

Read full story

South African Commercial law: Venture capital companies in terms of section 12 – an introduction

One of the main challenges to the growth of small and medium-sized businesses is access to finance. To assist, South African Commercial law has evolved and Government has implemented a tax incentive for Investors in these enterprises through a venture capital company (“VCC”) regime. From 1 January 2009, in terms of Section 12J of the Income […]

Read full story

Amended Alternative Dispute Resolution Regulations in the Electronic and Transactions Act

The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services has, with effect from earlier this month, on 10 November 2017, officially amended the regulations in respect of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act No. 25 of 2002, as amended (hereinafter the “ECT Act”). These amendments have been substantially influenced by the United […]

Read full story