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n Journal for Juridical Science - Letters of demand : substance and form

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<b>Aanmaningsbriewe (<I>interpellatio extraiudicialis</I>) : substansie en form</I></b> <br>Die doel van hierdie artikel is om die relevansie, belang en sekere van die teoretiese aspekte rondom die aanmaningsbrief (of <I>interpellatio extraiudicialis&lt;/I&gt; soos dit ook bekend staan) in die praktyk en spesifiek in die Siviele Prosesreg, te bespreek. Die meerderheid van die standaardtekste waarin die Suid-Afrikaanse Siviele Prosesreg vervat word, hanteer nie genoegsaam hierdie aspek van siviele regspraktyk nie en tog, wanneer ek gevra word om regstudente, leerling landdroste, kandidaat-prokureurs of hofklerke toe te spreek, is die beginpunt van die bespreking keer op keer die aanmaningsbrief. In hierdie artikel sal daar gepoog word om nie net die relevante regsbeginsels in hierdie verband aan te toon nie, maar ook om die toepassing van die beginsels, by wyse van praktiese voorbeelde, te illustreer.

The purpose of this article is quite simple : it is to discuss the relevance, importance, and theoretical aspects of the letter of demand (or <I>interpellatio extraiudicialis&lt;/I&gt; as it is otherwise known) in practice and especially, in Civil Procedure. Most textbooks on Civil Procedure do not cover this aspect of legal practice in much detail and yet, whenever l have been asked to address law students, trainee magistrates, candidate attorneys or clerks of court on the civil litigation process, the starting point of discussion has always been the letter of demand. This article proposes not only to give an exposition of legal principles pertaining to the juridical nature of the letter of demand, but also to illustrate the application of those principles by way of practical examples.

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2005-06-01
2016-12-06
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