1. S.A. Law Reports – July 2004

      2. Industrial Law Reports - March 2004

      3. All S.A. Law Reports – June 2004

      4. S.A. Criminal Law Reports – February 2004

      5. S.A. Criminal Law Reports – March 2004

      6. S.A. Criminal Law Reports – April 2004


|Recusal                             |On grounds of appearance of bias                                                               |
|Practice                           |Trial – Postponement                                                                           |
|Prison                             |Prisoner – Parole                                                                               |
|Maintenance                         |Duty of support – By parents of child                                                           |
|Plant breeders’ rights             |‘Breeder’ – Who is                                                                             |
|Magistrate’s Court Rules           |Respondent failing to file notice of intention to oppose but appearing via counsel at hearing   |
|                                   |of matter                                                                                       |
|Nuisance                           |Abatement of – Application for final interdict                                                 |
|Labour law                         |Sexual harassment                                                                               |
|Default judgment                   |Application for rescission of default judgment                                                 |
|Legal Representation               |Labour Court proceedings                                                                       |
|Sexual harassment                   |Vicarious Liability                                                                             |
|Insurance                           |Liability refuted –...
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