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Is the Master’s Decision to Uphold an Objection on Habitatio Justified?

Discover the court’s reasoning in the case of Maree v Master of High Court, Bloemfontein [2024] ZAFSHC 154, which addresses the right of habitatio under a will and ante-nuptial contract. Learn how the court set aside the Master’s decision to uphold an objection to the applicant’s claim, ensuring justice in estate administration.

Was this Retrenchment Substantively Fair?

In the case of NUFBWSAW v Coca Cola Beverages [2024] JA130-22 (LAC), the Labour Appeal Court upheld the substantive fairness of CCBSA’s retrenchments due to economic pressures, including the sugar tax impact. The court found CCBSA’s restructuring response to be commercially rational and fair, dismissing the appeal.

International Child Custody Laws: What are your rights?

Explore the legal intricacies of the Central Authority v NM [2024] case, which addresses international child abduction under the Hague Convention, focusing on habitual residence, wrongful retention, and defenses against child return.

Was the Labour Court’s Decision to Remit a Misconduct Case to the CCMA Justified?

Explore the key legal insights from a recent Labour Appeal Court ruling on employee misconduct involving fraudulent sick notes, focusing on the appropriateness of sanctions and the impact of mitigating factors in employment law. Understand the balance between individual circumstances and employer policies in maintaining workplace integrity.

Was this Retrenchment Substantively Fair?

In the case of NUFBWSAW v Coca Cola Beverages [2024] JA130-22 (LAC), the Labour Appeal Court upheld the substantive fairness of CCBSA’s retrenchments due to economic pressures, including the sugar tax impact. The court found CCBSA’s restructuring response to be commercially rational and fair, dismissing the appeal.

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Was this Retrenchment Substantively Fair?

Was this Retrenchment Substantively Fair?

In the case of NUFBWSAW v Coca Cola Beverages [2024] JA130-22 (LAC), the Labour Appeal Court upheld the substantive fairness of CCBSA’s retrenchments due to economic pressures, including the sugar tax impact. The court found CCBSA’s restructuring response to be commercially rational and fair, dismissing the appeal.

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