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Multiple Offers

Multiple Offers – Can the Seller cancel an Offer to Purchase upon receiving a better offer?

Introduction In South Africa, the transfer of Immoveable Property is governed and regulated by legislation to ensure that all Parties to a transaction are protected. In terms of Section 2 of the Alienation of Land Act No. 68 of 1981, as amended, no alienation of land shall be of any force and effect unless it […]

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capacity

Limitations on Contractual Capacity

Introduction In South Africa, importance is placed on an individual’s ability to act in appreciation of the consequences of their actions. It is because of this general outlook that there are different legal limitations placed on a person’s ability to contract, which will be discussed below. It is important to understand these limitations as contracting […]

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App Developer

Legal Agreements every App Developer needs

Introduction Applications (“apps”) have become very popular in the last ten years, especially on mobile phones. It is a booming industry where Developers create apps to help our smart phones do more. As an App Developer, it is important to have the right legal agreements discussed below in place before you go live with your […]

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Pregnant Employees

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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condonation

Condonation Applications at the CCMA-What Employers should know

Introduction The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (hereafter referred to as “CCMA”) was established so that Employees will have a forum whereby they can refer their disputes to. The CCMA would then attempt by conciliating, mediating and arbitrating to resolve the dispute between the Employees and their Employers. The CCMA Rules determine the time […]

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