In the ligtht of increasing political terrorism throughout the world, the criminal acts of individuals should clearly not be excused by their political colourings.
The various roles of the various factors involved in management of the parastal companies can be traced to a variety of enactments and usages, and they are irreconcilable.
In Australia a far-reaching programme of legislative reform has since 1975 completely overhauled the orthodox administrative law.
This article reviews the use of expulsion as a sanction in international organisations with particular emphasis on the expulsion of South Africa from the United Nations Organisation.
It is sufficient to rely on the subsidiary function of the lex fori: the application of the latter is called for when the foreign norm which should in princilple be employed, cannot be established with certainty.
Competent jurisdiction of a South African court linked to the subject of the decision is one thing, but the choice between a South African court and a foreign court is another.