In 2019 Graeme and Vel Fraser will continue to expand and develop materials for their business on a daily basis focussing on the common elements of the Close Corporation members' fiduciary duty, governance and extensive record keeping as aligned to the Close Corporations Act 69 of 1984. We will in addition be attentive to any opportunities that might extend our current business base and would be delighted to explore the various synergies that might exist for such further co-operation and are at present occupied with further research into authoring more corporate law and law related books notwithstanding.
Graeme Fraser and Vel Fraser in the past fourteen years have offered consultations and opinions consciously taking into account the scope and extent of legislation with their client requirements and with significant returns being the arch under which Graeme and Vel achieve results for their clients.
Established 25th June 2008
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Company Law Today, Graeme Fraser and Vel Fraser state that in the eight 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.
Graeme and Vel Fraser of Company Law Today ask -
i) if the Banks Act 94 of 1990 [RSA] prohibits the taking of deposits above the number of 200 people without a Bank Licence, is bitcoin a currency; ii) is bitcoin regulated by the Reserve Bank; iii) would the receiving of bitcoin be categorised by the South African Receiver of Revenue as income if paid to a business or bank; iv) how would citizens who lost substantive amounts in bitcoin apply for Financial redress if bitcoin was or was not classified as currency; v) has bitcoin ever been stable..