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n Without Prejudice - The National Credit Act : another example of slipshod drafting : consumer law

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Abstract

It falls on legal advisers to interpret the National Credit Act and advise clients accordingly. This is not always easy, especially where the precise scope of the Act is not clear from its wording.

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2007-08-01
2016-12-04
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