6 Juta's Bus. L. 1 (1998)

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Contents

Legal rights and the Internet
How to protect your intellectual property
Charles Webster. Spoor and Fisher
To sequestrate or to liquidate a corporate
person
The guiding factors
David A Ailola: University of South Africa
How far can the taxpayer go in 'ordering his
affairs'?
The tax aspects of a lease
Ian Chadwick: Shepstone & Wylie
Due diligence investigations
Their role in mergers and acquisitions
Howard Sher: Deneys Reitz
Borrowing from Peter to pay less to Paul
Tax planning with borrowed funds
Fareed Mfoosa: University of the Western Cape
Medicine with a bad taste
The amendment of the South African Medicines and
Related Substances Control Act to ensure the supply
of more affordable medicines
David F Sheppard. Adams & Adams

Indirect discrimination
A review of South African cases
2     Melanie Naidu: University of South Africa
Landlords beware
10     The duty to supply the use and enjoyment of the let
premises
Steven Fisher: Werksmans
13     Electronic funds transfers
A legal update
Ina Meiring. University of South Africa
15
What's in a word?
Collusion without deception, fraud, or sccrccy
20     Debbie Pearmain: Hospital Association of South
Africa
'A new way to pay old debts'
Settlement and the void sale of a business
26     Alastair Smith: University of South Africa

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