Graeme and Veldra have assimilated over 19 Corporate Litigious books where some contain real challenges to current Legislation with which the honourable Courts have dealt. So far our research has taken it up to Book 20 which in 2021 is being researched.
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18 Corporate Law Books
18 Law Bks Overview
Law Litigation 2021
Litigation Analysis 2021
Company Case law over 10 years; 'Cases X'

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Company Law Today, Graeme Fraser and Vel Fraser state that in the
ten years since implementation, the Companies Act 2008 ("Act") has proven its resilience as the new framework for the conduct of business operations. Lawyers, auditors, directors, shareholders, trade unions and other stakeholders have embraced the challenges presented and
our Courts have been able to add the necessary glosses
to ensure the Act achieves its purpose in South Africa.

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Integrated Business Model 2021

Company Law Today

Consolidated actions
CLT Projects
Timeline; Surveillance; Consolidated actions
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