1 Juta's Bus. L. 1 (1993)

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Subordination agreements and personal liability
Are they really the lifcline that they are believed to be?
Stephanie M Luiz: University of South Africa
All aboard the Luxembourg double-decker!
Part I
John Bellew: Webber Wentzel
Compensation for unfair dismissal - the story continu
Is the industrial court more generous than the Labour Appc
Carl Mischke: University of South Africa
For the trader's thumbnail
A sketch of the law of competition
Wend Wendland: Webber Wentzel
Directors' salaries: reward for performance or perk?
The structure of remuneration packages analysed
Sinclair Davidson: University of the Witwatersrand
All Baba and the forty thieves
Is it not time for the 'open sesame' to punitive damages?
Peter Dawe: Shepstone & Wylie
A new definition of a 'subsidiary' company
Some problems solved, some remain
Richard Jooste: University of Cape Town

Environmental audits - directors and auditors bewar
The spectre of personal liability to repair environmej
damage is raised
Steve Raney: Attorney, Cliffe Dekker & Todd
Potiphar's wife revisited
A blow for women's rights is stuck in the desert
Rob McGowan and Nicole James
The rights of indemnity insurers
Third party plaintiffs should beware
Andy Pike: Shepstone & Wylie
Payments made under mistake of law
If they are excusable they can be recovered
Howard Sher: University of the Witwatersrand
When is an employer liable for severance pay?
An analysis of three recent Labour Appeal Court judgmet
Bob von Witt: Attorney, Cape Town

af     Retirement annuity policies
Can beneficiaries be nominated?
Mike Doidge: Attorney, Cape Town                    31
Payment of a stopped cheque
The bank can recover the payment from the recipient
Coenraad Visser: University of South Africa         32
Legal professional privilege
es     The whys and whereforcs
ea      Tim McIntosh: Attorney, Cape Town                  34
Public interest law
What is it?
Derric Reid: Webber Wentzel                         35
The renunciation of legal benefits
A case of Hobson's choice?
Brian Leisegang: Shepstone & Wylie                  38
12     Location of treasury operatons offshore: the South
African perspective
Part I
Rupert L Worsdale                                   40
Trade marks in the Indian Ocean islands
Part I: Madagascar
Ron Wheeldon: Webber Wentzel                        44
16      Out of the braaiing pan
Preventing passing-off can be a pricey proposition
tal     Mervyn Dendy: University of the Witwatersrand      46
19      A matter of trust
There can be a way in a will
Louis Kernick                                       48

Constitutional law and constitutionalism
What lies ahead?
Lisa Lombard and Almir de Souza: Webber Wentzel
24     'Recollections from a lifetime of practice'
Rowley Peart: Webber Wentzel
The perennial quest for a memorable red wine
26      Some early-drinking wines are well worth exploring
Michael Fridjhon

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