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Planning your estate as newlyweds

Planning your estate as newlyweds

For newlyweds, one of the most important tasks to attend to is estate planning. The estate planning will depend on what form of marriage they are in. Keep the following in mind:

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The Consumer Protection Act

The Consumer Protection Act… Assume it could be anywhere

A large majority of people in South Africa are not home owners and rent property.  Some lessees choose to rent and others are forced to rent.  No matter for what reason you find yourself

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Sports contracts of employment

Sports contracts of employment and the options available

Sports contracts of employment and the options available to an employer should the employee breach: South African sport’s has reached the point of development where the majority

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No Contingency Fees for Non-Litigous Work

No Contingency Fees for Non-Litigous Work

This is the conclusion that was reached in Nash and Another v Mostert and Others 2017 (4) 80 SA (GP), where the court solidified the position regarding contingency fees in the attorneys profession.

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Relationship Between Sars and Yourself

Relationship Between Sars and Yourself

Many of our clients own property registered to the names of Close Corporations or Companies. In difficult financial times it is easy to attempt to save some funds by not lodging tax returns with SARS and saving the costs of auditing, etc. This is a very dangerous practice as SARS  has the right in terms of Section 83(3) of Act 71 of 2008 to deregister the Close Corporation or Company simply by giving notice and confirming the notice in their records.

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Dismissal due to Incapacity

Dismissal due to Incapacity

What happens when employees are no longer able to carry out their employment obligations due to injury or illness? In terms of Labour legislation, an employer is required to reasonably accommodate the needs of that employee as there can be no fault attributed to the employee for incapacity due to ill-health or injury.

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