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I Want To Divorce My Husband But I Was Only Married In Terms Of Sharia Law

“Naeema and Rasheed were married in terms of Sharia Law on the 06th of December 2018. After a few years of marriage, it was clear to Naeema that Rasheed was abusive and was controlling their finances completely. Naeema decided to get legal advice and was incorrectly advised that Muslim Marriages are currently not recognized in South Africa, and therefore, she will not be able to get divorced in our Courts. Naeema was sure that she had read somewhere that she could get divorced in South African if she has been married in terms of Sharia Law.”

The Doctrine Of Status Quo

The primary purpose of the application of the status quo doctrine is to ensure that the best interests of the children are of paramount importance.

Forfeiture Orders In Divorce

Chris has a high paying job as a cardiovascular surgeon and Katy manages organic health foods store in a prominent area in the city. Despite Katy’s hard work, Chris has been the main contributor to the families lavish lifestyle and many of their marital assets were...

Fixed-Term Agreements – A Deal With The Devil?

The consumer protection act on cancellation. The good news for Francois is that the CPA does indeed allow for the cancellation of any fixed term agreement. This is provided for in section 14(b) of the Act, which provides that a consumer may cancel a fixed term agreement as follows:

I Want To Divorce My Husband But I Was Only Married In Terms Of Sharia Law

“Naeema and Rasheed were married in terms of Sharia Law on the 06th of December 2018. After a few years of marriage, it was clear to Naeema that Rasheed was abusive and was controlling their finances completely. Naeema decided to get legal advice and was incorrectly advised that Muslim Marriages are currently not recognized in South Africa, and therefore, she will not be able to get divorced in our Courts. Naeema was sure that she had read somewhere that she could get divorced in South African if she has been married in terms of Sharia Law.”

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I Want To Divorce My Husband But I Was Only Married In Terms Of Sharia Law

I Want To Divorce My Husband But I Was Only Married In Terms Of Sharia Law

“Naeema and Rasheed were married in terms of Sharia Law on the 06th of December 2018. After a few years of marriage, it was clear to Naeema that Rasheed was abusive and was controlling their finances completely. Naeema decided to get legal advice and was incorrectly advised that Muslim Marriages are currently not recognized in South Africa, and therefore, she will not be able to get divorced in our Courts. Naeema was sure that she had read somewhere that she could get divorced in South African if she has been married in terms of Sharia Law.”

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Forfeiture Orders In Divorce

Forfeiture Orders In Divorce

Chris has a high paying job as a cardiovascular surgeon and Katy manages organic health foods store in a prominent area in the city. Despite Katy’s hard work, Chris has been the main contributor to the families lavish lifestyle and many of their marital assets were...

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What Is The Consumer’s Right To Privacy In Terms Of The Consumer Protection Act?

Consumer Protection Rights.
Johan is a 60-year-old man who has just retired at his beach house in Mosselbay. His only desire is to do some fishing and reading, at least for the first six months of his retirement, preferably without interruption! Johan however receives at least four or five calls weekly from what he refers to as “telemarketers”. He is just about ready to “lose his cool with these people” and approaches an attorney to help him solve this annoying issue.

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The Corona Virus And The Implications It Has On Your Sick Leave

The Corona Virus And The Implications It Has On Your Sick Leave

With the number of COVID-19 infections increasing significantly during the ongoing second wave of the global pandemic, employers have gotten use to the new normal of dealing with employees who have tested positive for the virus, those who show COVID-19 related symptoms and those who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive. In this uncertain times and employer and employee should, however, be certain of when sick leave should be used.

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Separating Fact from Fiction – Debunking the Top 3 Mediation Myths

Separating Fact from Fiction – Debunking the Top 3 Mediation Myths

Alex and Sam have been married for a few years and have decided to get a divorce. Alex has proposed to Sam that they attempt to resolve the terms of their divorce through mediation. Sam is concerned about the mediation process and whether either of the parties’ rights would be compromised by partaking in the mediation process. In this article, we will be busting the Top 3 Mediation Myths surrounding  mediation.

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