16 Juta's Bus. L. 1 (2008)

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Co-habiting same-sex partners
Reinterpreting old concepts in insurance contracts to
fit our new legal order
JP van Niekerk: University of South Africa, Pretoria
Arbitration and mediation in trade-mark disputes
A survey of the field
Wim Alberts &Jonathan Brand: Bowman Gilfillan,
Markings on a cheque
A brief overview
Jopie Pretorius: University of South Africa, Pretoria
Prison beckons directors involved in cartels
A proposed amendment to the Competition Act
Segoane L Monnye: Department of Trade & Industry,
Sasha-Lee Afrika: University of Johannesburg

2      e-Mail and SMS contracts                     20
Lessons from the Labour Court
Debbie Collier: University of Cape Town
Making administrative penalties work         23
5      The need for the accrual of interest on administrative
penalties under the Competition Act 1998
Phumudzo S Munyai: University of South Africa,
9      Patent delay costs                           29
Delay in correcting or amending a patent may be costly
Frank Joffe & Theo du Preez: Bowman Gilfillan,
The date of death                            32
When exactly did the deceased die?
&      JP van Niekerk: University of South Africa, Pretoria

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