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Civil Litigation- Security for Costs

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The Right to Enforce a Claim against Surety after Business Rescue Proceedings: Authoritative Respite Welcomed

The question that has troubled our Courts is what happens when the principal debtor is placed in business rescue and there is a compromise of the principal claim.

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SCA Judgment Provides clarity on the general moratorium of proceedings against a company in Business Rescue

Companies in business rescue cannot use the general legal moratorium as a defence to legal proceedings being instituted where the company is not in lawful possession of the property in dispute.

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Broad-Based Ownership Schemes: The DTI weighs in on the BBOS debate

On 18 May 2021, Minister Ebrahim Patel published an extraordinary Explanatory Memorandum on “Discretionary Collective Enterprises”, better-known as “broad-based ownership scheme” in BBBEE parlance.

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POPIA PRESS: Information Officer, what is it and why do you need one?

The appointment of an Information officer is a requirement for all organisations and businesses that collect or process personal data in terms of POPIA.

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The Iron Fist of Taxation

With the legislature rapidly clamping down on taxpayers through SARS and the NPA, it is not surprising that new regulations would be imposed to mitigate tax non-compliance.

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ALL SOUTH AFRICAN PORTS – INTRODUCTION OF NEW CONTROL MEASURES

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POPIA PRESS: The New Normal

If you have any queries relating to POPIA compliance, Shepstone & Wylie is here to help.

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Holiday Contact- Be Prepared in Advance

One of the unfortunate repercussions of divorce is the splitting of school holidays with one's ex-spouse and deciding whether to alternate or share the school holidays in respect of the children.

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Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa (5 Judges) overturns decisions of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court

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