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Constitutional analysis of intellectual property
This article analyses the Constitutional Court's treatment of property interests in the face of state regulation to gain an understanding of the type of state interference that is justifiable in terms of section 25(1) of ...
Eiendomsverlies deur verkrygende verjaring : onteiening sonder vergoeding - of nie
(LitNet Academic, 2012-12)
OPSOMMING: Verkrygende verjaring word meestal beskou as ’n gedeelte van die Suid-Afrikaanse reg wat redelik regseker en onproblematies is. Die klaarblyklik onkontroversiële aard van hierdie regsreël is egter onlangs in ...
The enforceability of tenants rights (part 2)Die afdwingbaarheid van huurders se regte (deel 2)
(Juta Law, 2012-01)
In terms of the doctrine of notice the holder of an unregistered real right is protected to the extent that the right can be enforced against outside parties on the basis of their prior knowledge of it. The doctrine ...
The importance of the commons in the context of intellectual property
(Juta Law Publishing, 2013-01)
The intellectual commons or public domain is an important part of intellectual property law scholarship. In this regard it is necessary to examine the origins of the commons, what exactly the intellectual commons is and ...
The right to a view reconsideredDie reg op uitsig heroorweeg
(Juta Law, 2015-01)
Traditionally, an existing, unimpeded view over or across neighbouring properties is considered a mere incidental advantage, interference with which is generally not actionable. Contrary to popular belief, the advantage ...
Sport and nuisance law
(Juta Law, 2010-01)
The author analyses the Supreme Court of Appeal decision in Allaclas Investments (Pty) Ltd v Milnerton Golf Club and concludes that there is a good explanation for the seemingly harsh decision to interdict the golf club ...