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The art of law - copyright protection extends to live coverage of horse-races that are broadcast on television
A party who enters into a contract and then claims that it was not intended to be legally binding, faces a difficult onus of proof in a court of law
The art of law - copyright protection extends to live coverage of horse-races that are broadcast on television
The art of law -competition between bookmakers and totalisator licence holders
The art of law - the court will not allow a legal process to be abused for improper and ulterior purposes
The art of law - where trust and confidence between shareholders and directors has broken down, an aggrieved shareholder has no absolute right to have the company wound up
The art of law - the statutory moratorium on claims against companies undergoing business rescue is not all-encompassing
The art of law - it is not unusual for negotiating parties to disagree on whether they have entered into a final agreement
The art of law - the importance of detailed minutes of board meetings
The art of law - the effect of restoring a deregistered company to the register
The art of law - there is a strict division of power between the board of directors and the shareholders' meeting.
The art of law - mere disagreement and friction between trustees is not a sufficient ground for a court to remove a trustee from office.
The art of law - even giants must yield to the power of the courts
The art of law - if a person has a right, he must enforce it or he will (generally) lose it.

Company Act Articles

The Constitutional Court rules that a shareholder's claim for relief under the oppression section of the Companies Act 2008 is not subject to extinctive prescription.

The art of law – where a person has a legal claim against another person, the law says "use it or lose it"

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Johan Roodt named to 2018 Best LawyersTM list

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