Without Prejudice - Volume 15, Issue 10, 2015
Volume 15, Issue 10, 2015
Author Kelly StannardSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 79 –80 (2015)More Less
The recent Western Cape High Court decision of Rogers J in One Stop Financial Services (Pty) Ltd v Neffensaan Ontwikkelings (Pty) Ltd and Another  JOL 33371 (WCC) concerned an application for provisional liquidation. In addition to reaffirming the general principles relating to the application, the court discussed the Turquand Rule and clarified the effect of the statutory Turquand Rule on the common law rule.
Author Chesley MnisiSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 80 –81 (2015)More Less
ENTER AT OWN RISK. Sometimes it is necessary to sign an indemnity agreement before entering areas such as business zones, parking lots, building, events and facilities. In other instances, there is nothing to sign but the placards of disclaimers mounted on the walls soon tell you that the managers and owners of the property will not accept liability for any injury you suffer as a result of your visit. But are these disclaimers and indemnity agreements sufficient to protect the owners? Before tackling this question, one needs to consider the meaning of an indemnity.
Author Sushila DheverSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 82 –83 (2015)More Less
Author Refiloe VengeniSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 83 –85 (2015)More Less
Author Gail SchimmelSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 85 –86 (2015)More Less
I am lucky enough to have a varied and stimulating work portfolio - and one of my favourite "jobs" is that I sit as an adjudicator for the Wireless Application Service Providers Association (WASPA). Yet I am constantly surprised by how few people and legal practitioners know about this useful self-regulatory body.
Author David ReesSource: Without Prejudice 15, pp 94 –95 (2015)More Less
In Sydney spring has sprung. As temperatures rise above 30°C I am particularly aware of the prolific bird life around the leafy northern suburbs on my Saturday afternoon constitutional. What follows is an entirely impressionistic discussion that would earn the scorn of any serious bird watcher, twitcher or ornithologist. Seek professional advice. But here goes.