oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Monetary law and monetary crises



Monetary law, side by side with labour law and social welfare law, is a branch of modern jurisprudence. This is due to the fact that instability in the value of money has an impact on the operation of all rules of law (particularly, but not exclusively, private law) intended to achieve the ends of justice and social effectiveness.


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