oa De Rebus - International carriage and overbooking by airlines
|Article Title||International carriage and overbooking by airlines|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Publication Date||May 1983|
|Pages||241 - 248|
|Keyword(s)||Air flight, Changing reservations, Common law, Conflict with convention, Delay suffered, Domestic carriage, Fraudulent misrepresentation, Limitations of liability, Negligence of injured person and Policy of overbooking|
The law applicable to carriage by air in South Africa is regulated according to whether the carriage is ""international"" or ""noninternational"". The South African Carriage by Air Act 17 of 1946 governs ""international"" carriage by air to, from, and via South Africa. The Act incorporates the text of the Warsaw Convention as amended at the Hague, 1955.
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