1887

oa De Rebus - Balancing deprivation of liberty & quantum of damages : opinion

 

Abstract

There has been a general acknowledgment by the courts that the right to liberty is one of the most important rights afforded to a person. This has been the case since long before the 1996 Constitution, which guarantees certain individual rights. As long ago as 1879, De Villiers CJ in (1879) 9 Buch 45 pronounced, at 64, that courts were duty bound to protect personal liberty when it was illegally infringed on.

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2013-04-01
2016-12-06
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