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Property Practitioners Bill

The Landlord’s role in exclusivity and anti – competitive clauses in retail lease agreements

Introduction Shopping centres are an integral part of the South African landscape with customers and retailers thriving in a one-stop convenience and experience location.Tenant mix is vital to any potential retailer who considers letting space in a shopping centre. It informs whether the intended target market is a consumer at the particular centre and what […]

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Property Practitioners Bill

Conveyancing: The Electronic Deeds System Explained –

Introduction  During the first quarter of 2018, Parliament’s National Assembly passed the Electronic Deeds Registration Systems Bill (hereinafter referred to as the “Bill”), which was originally published by the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform on 7 December 2017. The Bill was tabled as far back as 2017 and proposes some significant changes for […]

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The ICT BBBEE Code – What you need to know!

Introduction The Minister of Trade and Industry gazetted the Information and Communication Technology’s (“ICT”) Sector Code for black economic empowerment (“BEE”) in terms of Section 9(1) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (“BBBEE”) Act 53 of 2003 as amended, on 6 June 2012. At  this stage, this ICT Sector Code (“Code”) is legally binding on entities in the […]

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BBBEE Compliance in Multinationals

Introduction In April 2015, the revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (“Generic BBBEE Codes” or “Codes”) Codes came into operation (“new codes”) thereby replacing the existing BBBEE Codes of Good Practice (“old codes”). Since the change, compliance has become particularly challenging for most local operations. Even more so, in the case of foreign operations, who have […]

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Preventing the Destruction of Evidence

Introduction Evidence is a crucial element in all areas of the law, more specifically in civil litigation and/or criminal cases. Evidence is important as it will indicate to the Court that the facts are in your favour and that you have a strong case. But what can you do if the evidence you require is […]

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