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neighbour

Neighbour law: what constitutes a nuisance

Introduction Today one often hears of complaints of nuisances to one’s property whether residential or commercial. However, what exactly does the law recognize as a nuisance, and what are the possible remedies available? This article will briefly explore what constitutes a nuisance and the requirements. Definition A nuisance can be defined as any form of […]

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Notice period- Employee

Failure by an Employee to give proper notice upon resignation

Introduction Employment Contracts should set out the notice period which an Employee must give if he/she wants to terminate employment. This is due to the fact that a failure to give proper notice of the termination of employment can have dire consequences for an Employer. This undesirable practice usually happens when an Employee wants to […]

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Micro-Insurance

Micro-Insurance In South Africa

Introduction Micro-Insurance refers to an area of cover made accessible to low-income individuals. The idea of Micro-Insurance is to offer a less expensive way for individuals to protect themselves against loss or damage. With there being more involvement in the formal insurance sector, the majority of South African median households have been left without a […]

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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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Lease Agreement

Lease Agreement- must Lessees vacate a property once it is sold?

Introduction Depending on one’s financial situation and preferred style of living, leasing a property can have its advantages. There are tremendous financial benefits to leasing as opposed to buying a property of your own, but often times Lessees neglect to enquire about their legal position and rights should it happen that property is sold while […]

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