South African Law

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    An accessible and utterly readable guide to the South African legal system. This book provides expert answers to all your legal questions and addresses a comprehensive list of day-to-day issues such as:_x000D_

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    Family law: from marriage through divorce to deceased estates_x000D_

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    Money matters, such as buying, leasing and debt_x000D_

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    Neighbour disputes_x000D_

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    Rights in the workplace, including labour law and starting a business_x000D_

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    Contracts and the traps they may contain_x000D_

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    What to do when you are involved in an accident_x000D_

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    Court procedures_x000D_

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    This book not only explains the legal principles pertaining to these and many other aspects of South African daily life in simple, understandable language, it is also full of practical advice, and tells you where to go for help and how to keep legal costs down.

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    Number of Pages: 220
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9780624054405
    Publication Date:
    Listed in: Jurisprudence & general issues
    Publisher: Tafelberg

    Books by François Smuts

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