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Bachelor of Laws New 2018 (98680

Bachelor of Laws. 1. Students who, between 2002 and 2006, passed accepted language modules in Afrikaans and English at NQF Level 5 for this qualification will retain credit towards the completion of the LLB and need not register for the Skills Course for Law Students (SCL1501). This does not mean the modules are equivalent.

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Environmental Law

(Just Now) Environmental Law - LCP4805. Purpose: The module is designed to cover the principles of environmental law and to equip students with skills, knowledge and attitudes to apply the law relating to the environment in practice and to solve problems relating to environmental law. The module is informed by transformative teaching and learning

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Historical Foundations of South African Law

(6 days ago) Historical Foundations of South African Law - HFL1501. Purpose: The purpose of this module is to provide students with an outline of the origins of the South African legal system focusing on the indigenous African, Western and the human-rights traditions. It addresses the contribution made by liberation movements in problematizing apartheid

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All qualifications

(5 days ago) Higher Certificate in Law (98751) Diplomas. Diploma in Corrections Management (98218) Diploma in Law (98750) Diploma in Policing (98220) Diploma in Security Management (98221) Advanced Diploma. Advanced Diploma in Security Management (98235) Bachelor Degrees. Bachelor of Arts in Criminology (98681) Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science and

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Department of Mercantile Law

(9 days ago) The Unisa law academic is the first South African to obtain a PhD in competition law and aims to position the university as a leader in the field. Read more. With more than fifty academic and four administrative members of staff, assisted by postgraduates and student assistants, the Department is the largest department in South Africa

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Patent and Copyright Law

(7 days ago) Purpose: The primary purpose of this module is to equip students with graduate-level knowledge, specific skills, applied competence and insight into patent and copyright law. Furthermore, the module ensures that the leadership base of innovative and knowledge-based economic and scholarly activity in patent and copyright law is broadened.

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All qualifications

(Just Now) Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Management (90172) Postgraduate Diploma in Security Management (90080) Honours Degrees. Bachelor of Arts Honours in Corrections Management (98655) Bachelor of Arts Honours in Criminology (98682) Bachelor of Arts Honours in Forensic Science and Technology (90109)

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Master of Laws Jurisprudence (98604

(6 days ago) Admission requirements (a) A South African LLB degree, or (b) a foreign LLB degree of minimum 4 years' duration, or (c) a B Proc or (d) a Postgraduate Diploma in Law on NQF level 8 OR (e) a foreign LLB degree of minimum 3 year's duration and 4 LLB modules selected from the NQF level 8 modules in the LLB degree of which one must be the compulsory research module or (f) a foreign LLM.

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A peregrination through the law of provocation

(Just Now) law its penalties ought not to be applied to him’.45 Despite the well-established nature of the defence of non-pathological incapacity, the law has been thrown into flux by the decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal in S v EadieS which, it is submitted, constitutes a serious

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THE 'OFFICIAL' VERSION OF CUSTOMARY LAW VIS-À-VIS THE

(7 days ago) The Constitution puts common law and customary law on a par. However, the courts have often replaced customary law dispute resolution rules with the common law rules. For instance, the Constitutional Court in Bhe and Others v Magistrate, Khayelitsha and Others; Shibi v Sithole and South African Human

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Types of Legal Resources

(8 days ago) Primary sources represent original material and the body of the law itself and related publications.Primary information sources for law are publications that emanate from the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government at national, provincial and local level. There are different kinds of primary sources, eg. green or white papers, bills, statutes or acts, proclamations

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A CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF SECTION 1 (1) OF THE CRIMINAL …

(1 days ago) law but also in most other countries, including England.14 There are three circumstances in which voluntary intoxication can occur. Firstly, an actio libera in causa is the situation where the perpetrator does not have the courage to commit a crime, but drinks …

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THE INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION OF DOLUS …

(7 days ago) South African law. As the concept of dolus eventualis is an indispensable concept in South African criminal law, recommendations are proposed on the application and interpretation of dolus eventualis suitable to the South African landscape, which includes possible law reform.

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The "official" version of customary law vis-a-vis the

(2 days ago) The problem that the study countenanced in respect of Hananwa law was that it was difficult to ascertain the content of the rules of the "living" Hananwa law in order to determine their compatibility with the provisions of the Bill of Rights. Moreover, the traditional Hananwa community is …

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Claims for “emotional shock” suffered by primary and

(8 days ago) case law and academic writings will also be discussed. The requirement that the “emotional shock” must be “reasonably foreseeable” is the most contentious and will therefore be discussed in more detail. _____ brei die aksie vir

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Schools, departments, centres & institute

(6 days ago) Schools, departments, centres & institute. School of Law. Department of Criminal and Procedural Law Department of Jurisprudence Department of Mercantile Law Department of Private Law Department of Public, Constitutional and International Law. School of Criminal Justice.

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“The admissibility of real evidence in the light of the

(8 days ago) the supreme law. In the Bill of Rights were guaranteed rights, which overlapped with some of the common law procedural and evidentiary rights of a criminally charged person. For example, the right to be informed of the rights to remain silent, to be presumed innocent,

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THE ROLE OF CUSTOMARY COURTS IN THE DELIVERY OF …

(5 days ago) 1 Jan Arno Hessbruegge J.A., 2012 ^ustomary Law and Authority in a State under construction: The case of South Sudan _ African Journal of Legal Studies 5, 295-311 P 295 2 Maplestorne Chris M.C. (2008), Comparative analysis of South Sudanese Customary Law and Victoria Law, Springvale Monash Legal Services Inc. Australia P 11

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THE ROLE OF THE SUPREME COURT IN THE DEVELOPMENT …

(3 days ago) Constitutional Law in Ghana, with particular emphasis on the court’s contribution to the underlying concepts of the Fourth Republican Constitution of 1992; the guiding principles of constitutional interpretation and the vexed issue of whether the court should adopt a mechanical

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THE CUSTOMARY LAW OF INTESTATE SUCCESSION by Isabel

(2 days ago) customary law relating to intestate succession has always been known to discriminate against women. The thesis therefore focuses on the customary law of intestate succession in the countries of South Africa, Ghana and Swaziland and the inroads they have made in improving the rights of women in this discriminatory field of African

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THE EVOLUTION OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY: A HISTORICAL …

(1 days ago) modern international law and there are various factors contributing to its erosion. As a result of especially globalization, there is a growing trend of interdependence and co-operation between states. The sovereignty of states, therefore, continues to be limited by, for example, the internationalization and

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CHILD DIVERSION PROGRAMME MINIMUM STANDARD …

(8 days ago) children in conflict with the law and were designed to ensure good diversion practice. The juvenile justice system has determined child diversion as a rehabilitative and cost-effective alternative justice option, contributing towards the curbing of re-offending among child offenders.

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The validity of a customary marriage under the Recognition

(1 days ago) 11 The moment a court decides on a principle of living customary law, that law becomes official customary law. The principle is entrenched in our law and loses its adaptable nature due the precedent system. The courts are therefore creating a new body of official customary law (see Bennett “Re-introducing African customary law to the South

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Doctor of Laws Mercantile Law (98602

(9 days ago) Doctor of Laws. The curriculum consists of a research proposal module, a thesis, an oral defence (viva voce) and two manuscripts, based on the candidate's research, submitted for publication to a recognised accredited journal. Proof of the submission of the manuscripts is a …

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LEGAL PERSPECTIVE ON EDUCATION MANAGEMENT

(3 days ago) The law of education (as applicable to public education) is classified under the South African public-law system: public law regulates the activities, powers and organisation of the state.1 Two of the spheres which fall within the public-law system are constitutional law and criminal law. Constitu­

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Re-imagining and re-interpreting African jurisprudence

(2 days ago) The task of developing the African law of the 21st century to the extent required by the Constitution is a challenge of enormous proportions which demands an appreciation of the historical and political environment in which African law lost its primacy as the original legal system of South Africa after Roman-Dutch law was imposed on the South

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THE LAW OF PERSONS

(9 days ago) THE LAW OF PERSONS 993. GG 33076 of 1 April 2010). The remaining sections of the Act could accordingly be brought into operation on 1 April (Proc R12 GG 33076 of 1 April 2010). The Act and Amendment Act were discussed in the 2006 Annual Survey 141–55, and 2007 Annual Survey 885–901.

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CANCELLATION, DISCHARGE …

(4 days ago) English law uses the term discharge as it refers to the ending of the obligations under the contract when a breach occurred and represents the point at which one party is no longer bound by its’ contractual obligations and claims damages. Chapter 3 argued that

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THE LEGAL ROLE OF THE BILL OF LADING, SEA WAYBILL AND

(Just Now) Thanks also to my parents, Ken and Jean Stupart, and my parents-in-law, Mike and Peggy Proctor, all of whom have helped in numerous ways towards the completion of this dissertation. Finally, I owe a debt of gratitude to my husband Mike, for having made it …

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THE INTERACTION OF INDIGENOUS LAW AND WESTERN LAW …

(4 days ago) law, limit the application of indigenous law, or affect its status in the South African legal order, should be revoked. Even in a multicultural society such as that of South Africa, there is a common nucleus of core values that are shared by the whole society. But different cultures have

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Theses and Dissertations (Public, Constitutional and

(1 days ago) The dismantling of the rule of law in the United States: systematisation of executive impunity, dispensation from non-derogable norms, and perpetualisation of a permanent state of emergency  Alford, Ryan Patrick, 1975- ( 2014-06 )

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THE LAW OF PERSONS

(5 days ago) THE LAW OF PERSONS JACQUELINE HEATON* LEGISLATION The South African Postbank Limited Act 9 of 2010 came into operation on 22 July 2011 (GN 607 GG 34476 of 22 July 2011). The implications of the Act for the law of persons — specifically the capacity of a minor to deal with deposits and investments in the Postbank — are discussed in last year

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Self-defence as a ground of justification in cases of

(1 days ago) THE LAW OF SELF-DEFENCE IN CANADA 178 . 6.1 INTRODUCTION 178 . 6.2 REQUIREMENTS OF SELF-DEFENCE 180 . 6.2.1 Requirements of Self-Defence Under the Canadian Law . 181. 6.2.1.1 . Reasonable Apprehension of an Unlawful Attack 6.2.1.2 . 181 Reasonable Apprehension of Death or Grievous Bodily Injury 6.2.1.3 182

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INCONSISTENCY IN JUDICIAL DECISIONS: THE RIGHT TO LIFE …

(7 days ago) process. It found that the law is indeterminable, because the court’s decisions are not based on the interpretation of the law, but on the individual judges’ background and personal preferences. This is so because the court uses the majority rule principle in its decisions: The perception of the majority of the judges becomes the

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THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF VICARIOUS LIABILITY IN THE

(5 days ago) The common law vicarious liability of the employer cannot be escaped as easily. The entire concept of the law of delict is to remedy harm suffered. In terms of the common law, employers will be held vicariously liable for the act of their employees if it can be shown that

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RE-IMAGINING AND RE-INTERPRETING AFRICAN …

(3 days ago) Ever since, African law has been subordinated and denigrated through colonial and apartheid policies which relegated it, via the repugnancy clause, to a sub-system of Roman-Dutch law with whose standards it was forced to comply. The repugnancy clause left African law a distorted system no longer recognisable to its own constituency.

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The best interests of the child: From complete

(4 days ago) the child and its early case law” in Freeman (ed) 146–147. 21 A child is defined in a 1 as “every human being below the age of eighteen years unless, under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier”. 22 Brandt v S [2005] 2 All SA 1 (SCA) 7. 23 These …

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PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

(8 days ago) Model Law on the Procurement of Goods, Construction and Services (1994) and the World Trade Organisation‟s Plurilateral Government Procurement Agreement, and how these objectives are balanced with the need for the government‟s socio-economic policies. The main features of the public procurement reforms after South Africa

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