Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)

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Pretoria Student Law Review 2008-2

Pretoria Student Law Review 2008-2
Edited by Neil Coetzer, Ian Learmonth, Francisca Pretorius, Avani Singh and Johann Spies
Assistant Editors: Bronwynne Botha and Heinrich Louw

2008
ISSN: 1998-0280
Pages: 109
Print version: Available
Electronic version: Free PDF available

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About the publication

The rationale behind the cover design was that ‘in a world of chaos, we will always find ourselves guided by laws’. Whilst this may be the ideal for which we strive, this is by no means one that is easily achieved. Just a glimpse at the articles in this edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review reveals various areas of the law which require attention. The PSLR remains committed to providing an active forum for students from any university, from South Africa and abroad, to voice their opinions and engage in critical legal debate.


Table of Contents

Editors’ note

  • 1. Towards the realisation of justice in the Niger Delta: A socio-legal perspective
    Babatunde Fagbayibo
  • 2. Legal truth: The conflict between real justice and legal justice
    Patrick Mayer
  • 3. The two important doctrines underlying documentary letters of credit and the fraud exception
    Tenielle Appanna
  • 4. Vertical restraints: Taming the competition disorder
    Harshita Bhatnagar and Vinay Mishra
  • 5. A critical analysis of the proposed codification of the duties of corporate directors
    Rudolph Martin de Neijs
  • 6. May the accused (Minister of Safety and Security) please rise before the court: Police liability versus partial immunity
    Kenneth K. Sithebe
  • 7. A Roman perspective on the advantage for creditors requirement in South African private law
    Tanya Rheeder
  • 8. Too poor to be broke
    Miguel-Angelo Almeida
  • 9. Street law and its role in ensuring access to justice and furthering of the South African democracy
    Mlungisi Mahlangu

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