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Volume 2006, Issue 1, 2006
Source: Journal for Estate Planning Law 2006, pp 1 –22 (2006)More Less
The South African trust's flexibility and adaptability have contributed to its popularity in recent times. One of the many guises in which this is evident is in the field of estate planning, where, for example, the trust is often created in order to protect the founder's assets by removing them from his personal estate or to decrease the founder's estate in order to minimise adverse tax implications. A further example is the fact that the trust is often used as a tool by means of which the founder can "control" his estate after his death.
Author N.F. SchoemanSource: Journal for Estate Planning Law 2006, pp 23 –71 (2006)More Less
BEE is not a suggestion but rather a moral, social, and, of course, a legislative imperative. BEE is legislatively new and in order for the transformation movement in South Africa to be successfully implemented and achieved, practical suggestions for its implementation must be identified and researched.
Praktiese wenke met die opstel en verlyding van testamente en die kondonering van vormgebrekkige dokumenteSource: Journal for Estate Planning Law 2006, pp 72 –84 (2006)More Less
Practical guidelines for the execution of wills and the condonation of defective documents.
In this article the practical application of sections 2(1) and 2(3) of the Wills Act 7 of 1953 (as amended) with regard to the execution of wills and the condonation of defective documents is considered.
In dié artikel word daar gekyk na die praktiese toepassing van artikels 2(1) en 2(3) van die Wet op Testamente 7 van 1953 (soos gewysig) wat betref die opstel en verlyding van testamente en die kondonering van vormgebrekkige dokumente.
The effect that section 21 of the Insolveny Bill has on persons married in terms of Islamic law - part 3Author N. GabruSource: Journal for Estate Planning Law 2006, pp 85 –100 (2006)More Less
In the first part of this research, the purpose and goal of section 21 was discussed taking into consideration the critique that surrounds section 21. The solvent spouse's right to apply for the release of propert was also considered. A brief discussion of the Draft Insolvency Bill formed the concluding paragraph of part one of the research.
Author H. LombardSource: Journal for Estate Planning Law 2006, pp 101 –107 (2006)More Less