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Table of Contents: 51 Volume 2 2018

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Editorial

Editorial / Redaksioneel: 51 Volume 2 2018
Annelize Nienaber
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Artikels / Articles

Opening address: Powerful tool of persuasion or a waste of time?
Willem Gravett
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The express power to amend a trust deed where the trust beneficiaries have accepted the benefits reserved for them
Melany Lötter, Gert van den Berg & Stefan Strydom
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The circumstances under which section 85(a) of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 can be utilised as an avenue to access or re-access the debt relief measures in terms of the Act
Stéfan Renke & Hermie Coetzee
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Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Act: Is it time for its abolition?
Managay Reddy
Bhavna Ramji
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The future of legislated minimum wages in South Africa: Legal and economic insights
Elsabé Huysamen
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Waiving of rights to property in insolvent estates and advantage to creditors in sequestration proceedings in South Africa
Roger Evans
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Onlangse regspraak/Recent case law

Defeating the anomaly of the cautionary rule and children’s testimony - S v Haupt 2018 (1) SACR 12 (GP)
Mildred Bekink
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Extension of collective agreements in terms of section 23(1) (d) of the LRA and the “knock on effect” on the right to strike - AMCU v Chamber of Mines of South Africa CCT87/16 [2007]
Bongani Khumalo
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