Do members read De Rebus? De Rebus Procuratoriis is the official monthly magazine of the Incorporated Law Society of the Transvaal and as such the medium for bringing matters to the attention of members of the Society. The question arises pertinently whether members do in fact read the journal and whether they do take note of matters appearing therein.
This amending Act appeared in Government Gazette No. 1379 of the 18th February, 1966. Its main purpose is to give effect to the new arrangements which have been much publicised, between the Department of Transport and certain Insurance Companies in respect of Compulsory Motor Vehicle Insurance. The names of sixteen Companies which will be doing Compulsory Motor Vehicle Insurance have recently been published.
The purpose of this article is to assist you in becoming a better lawyer by descriptionbing what your prospective clients presently think about lawyers and the administration of justice. It will also suggest what you, as an individual lawyer, can do to help foster better relations with clients - not only for your own personal benefit, but for the good of our entire legal system. The article is based on a survey of public attitudes toward lawyers in the State of Missouri conducted by the Missouri Bar association and Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Terugbetaling van borgtog aan 'n persoon ander dan die deponeerder kan alleenlik met departementele goedkeuring geskied. Gevalle kom dikwels voor waar beskuldigdes borgkwitansies ten opsigte waarvan hulle die geld gedeponeer het, aan hulle regsverteenwoordigers oorhandig ter delging van regskoste. In baie sodanige gevalle versuim die deponeerders egter om die borgkwitansies te endosseer.
Sub-section one, two and three of section ten of the Companies Act, 1926 (No. 46 of 1926) determine the principles under which names for companies are allowed. In interpreting these sub-sections cognisance is taken of the considerable body of case law built up over the years. In this connection your attention is invited to pages 35 to 39 of Henochsberg on the Companies Act (second edition) and to pages 16 to 22 of Pyemont's Company Law of South Africa (sixth edition).
The following circular from the Registrar of Deeds is published for information of members: 1. Re-organization of Certificate Books. This has now been completed and a copy of Notice to Conveyancers of even date is attached for information.
With the exception of Sections 3 and 17 thereof, to which reference will not be made, the amending Act was brought into operation on the 25th March, 1966 by proclamation No. R81. The references in brackets refer to the Sections of the amending Act and the remaining references to the Sections of the main Act. (2) Section 4 dealing with the admission of attorneys has been amended to extend the period, after completion of Articles of Clerkship, within which application has to be made for admission from two to three years.