Graeme and Vel Fraser have completed corporate law litigation Casebook VII -
The South African Courts have been approached for relief across a wide and at times novel platform of corporate conduct, aligned to the Companies Act 2008. Juridical precedent has covered varying matters inter alia - contractual triggers; a settlement agreement made a Court Order and how an appellant was felled by his own sword; tax and prescription; a non costs award for the Companies Intellectual Property Commission referred a case by the Companies Tribunal; a duces taecum summons, an overbroad subpoena, a stay due to unpaid taxed costs; ten defenses raised in lieu of summary judgment; a technical dispute via an ordinary board resolution and an unsigned minuted resolution with power. Allegations of directoral and a doctor’s self interest at his patients' expense; a [UK] petitioner's intended threats of statutory demand for majority shares; a majority shareholder's refusal to value shares én bloc with net asset value; non-extension of locus standi and remedy to a nominee shareholder*; two liquidators persisting in a R50million purchase price claim of an insolvent company; a non-competition interdict in the absence of a restraint clause; a surety's liability for commercial rent; two valuations of a hotel and spa - the diffentiation being CHF 37million; mitigated enrichment in terms of two trusts; environmental impact; an asset seized in error; a driver licensed in terms of a GVM tag axle of 12000 tons exposed by insurance as driving a 15000 ton truck; the scope of an empowering cessionary and banker relationship reduced to writing; an appellant's consolidated damages claim between competitive airlines..*Companies Act 1973.
Graeme and Vel Fraser are busy with corporate law books 12,13 and 14.
S and SW Kruger National Park and related locations around White River within a 100km radius, National Environment Managements largely shoulder the environmental processes, pressures and responsibilities of effecting enforceable legislation. The various support services for wildlife protect the natural ethos and in terms of contributive viewing and core protection, international precedent is adhered to.
Wildlife legacy in South Africa
Designated highveld eco-regions are maintained as categorised viable grazing areas that include feed forage areas for young growing animals.The animals themselves thrive in luxuriant vegetation making extensive impact on constituent diversity rich habitats, that are always in close proximity to important water sources, in addition to the vapour and droplets of early morning dew and seasonal rains. Right, a genet, relaxed before nocturnal duties; Top, a grey mongoose appears larger in the face of a surprise enemy..
The South African Rand is, despite what some political 'forecasts' may have you believe, standing relatively firm at a time when sentiment is strongly aligned against developing countries, especially the BRICS nations, writes Graeme and Vel Fraser.