oa Codicillus - Contract, constitution and confusion : the case of Brisley v Drotsky
The author gives a critical discussion of two aspects of the Brisley v Drotsky case, namely the use of the Shrifren-principle and the role of bona fides in contract law. She cautions against adopting a view of the Constitution as nothing more than a contract between mutually disinterested individuals, based on freedom of contract. Instead, she expresses her support for a different view that makes room for a public sphere in which community, dialogue and even criticism can play a role.
Umbhali uhlaziya adingide amaphuzu amabili ecala likaBrisley v Drotsky, okungukusetshenziswa komgomo weShrifen kanye neqhaza elibanjwa ngamabona fide emthethweni wezinkontileka. Wexwayisa mayelana nokuthatha umbono wokuthi uMthethosisekelo awulutho ngaphezu kokuba yisivumelwano esiphakathi kwabantu ababili abangakhathali ngokufanayo. Esikhundleni salokho, uveza ukuxhasa kwakhe umbono owehlukile owenza isikhala sokuthi kube nomkhakha kawonkewonke lapho umphakathi, inkulumongxoxo nokugxeka imbala kungabamba khona iqhaza.
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