13 Juta's Bus. L. 1 (2005)

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Contents

Directors' liability and environmental law
Can directors afford to hide behind the smoke?
Craig Woolley & Tina Costas: Deneys Reitz, Durban
Evidently not so simple
Producing computer print-outs in court
Debbie Collier: University of Cape Town
Holiday in haste, repent at leisure
Giving notice of an insured loss is more important than
holiday plans
JP van Niekerk: University of South Africa
Company law reform in the United Kingdom
Key aspects of the recent company law review
Johan de Lange: Webber Wentzel Bowens, Sandton
What's in a brand?
The evolution of the well-known brand
Suzaan Laing.-Adams &Adams, Cape Town

Funds to fight insolvency applications with
A spouse's right to a contribution from provisional
2      trustees to oppose a final sequestration order
Alastair Smith: University of South Africa
The regulation of hedge funds in South Africa
6     A survey of the current position and some proposals
for reform
Diane Boiwmeester: Werksmans, Sandton
Repudiation and rejection, and noting an interest
10      Some recent insurance cases
Donald Dinnie: Deneys Reitz, Sandton
The truncation of cheques
13      Novel developments in America
Jopie Pretorius: University of South Africa

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