May 6, 2019

MAINTENANCE OF SURVIVING SPOUSE

The idea of freedom of testation is a core value of South African law and enjoys wide protection. The Maintenance of Surviving Spouses Act, 27 of 1990, was drafted to […]
May 6, 2019

MY NEIGHBOURS ARE RENOVATING THEIR HOUSE WITHOUT COMPLYING WITH BUILDING REGULATIONS. WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?

What one’s neighbour builds on their property, is not something the owner of the neighbouring property has a lot of control over. Unfortunately, it can have a negative impact on […]
May 6, 2019

IMPORTANT INGREDIENTS FOR THE BUSINESS RECIPE

“There are those who make it, those who sell it, and those who look after the money.” So, you have finally taken the plunge – you have taken your hard-earned […]
May 6, 2019

WHEN WILL PRESCRIPTION COMMENCE IN MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS?

In Links v MEC for Health, Northern Cape 2016 (5) BCLR 656 (CC), the Constitutional Court examined this issue and granted a judgment with potentially far-reaching consequences for medical negligence […]
April 9, 2019

INTERIM MAINTENANCE UNTIL DATE OF DIVORCE: HUSBAND’S NIGHTMARE AND WIFE’S WEAPON?

Given the complicated nature of divorce proceedings, and the length of time required to finalise a divorce, the existence of interim relief until the date of divorce is often required […]