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WEBINAR: Demystifying Pension Interests in Divorce

WEBINAR: Demystifying Pension Interests in Divorce

Divorce proceedings often involve pension interests, and understanding their implications is crucial for securing the best outcome for your clients. Led by industry experts, this webinar will provide you with comprehensive insights into the intricacies of pension...

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WEBINAR: Parental Responsibilities and Rights

WEBINAR: Parental Responsibilities and Rights

Our webinar, "Parental Responsibilities and Rights - Understanding the Essentials," is designed to provide family professionals with a deeper understanding of the fundamental principles of parental responsibilities and rights, as contained in the Children's Act, 2005....

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ThinkLegal Lunch-Time Learning: Accrual calculations

ThinkLegal Lunch-Time Learning: Accrual calculations

With the very knowledgeable Stella Coetzee, Mervyn Vermeulen takes us through the first instalment of the new Lunch-Time Learning time slot ThinkLegal now hosts. With this introductory video, we look at Accrual calculations and how you can make yours more manageable.

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Limpopo High Court Rules on Company Winding-Up

In the recent legal case of Rooplal N.O vs. Rezevation 4-2 Communication CC ([2024] ZALMPTHC 21), the Limpopo High Court in Thohoyandou was tasked with deciding on the final winding-up of Rezevation 4-2 Communication CC and Scorpion Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd. This...

A Cautionary Tale Against Unilateral Parenting Decisions – DM v CHP (B6773/23) [2024] ZAGPPHC 76

Section 31(2) of the Children’s Act imposes an obligation on parents before taking a major decision which would materially change, or adversely alter, the exercise of parental responsibilities and rights of the other parent. This obligation is to consider the views...

Enforcing Settlement Agreements: A Case Study of Lequbu Specialised Services (Pty) Ltd v Matjhabeng Local Municipality

Introduction In a landmark decision by the Free State High Court, Bloemfontein, the case of Lequbu Specialised Services (Pty) Ltd v Matjhabeng Local Municipality (3328/2021) [2024] ZAFSHC 14 (18 January 2024) serves as a pivotal example of the legal enforceability of...

Forfeiture in Divorce: Insights from A.R.S (born K) v M.S.S

Divorce is never an easy path for the parties involved, especially when complex legal and emotional issues are at play. The case of A.R.S (born K) v M.S.S, adjudicated in the Limpopo High Court of South Africa, presents a vivid tableau of the multifaceted nature of...

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