News2022-04-05T12:46:59+02:00

Reporting prejudicial conduct of directors and presiding officers

23/06/2022|

Wayward company directors who fail to comply with the obligations set out in Section 163 of the Companies Act can now be declared “delinquent” under certain circumstances.   Provisions within the Act allow for affected persons or prejudiced parties to report prejudicial conduct, abuse or mismanagement of directors and presiding officers who fail to act with due ... Read more

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The pros and cons of business rescue

15/04/2021|

In the current Covid environment it would be wise to consider business rescue as a structured, cost-efficient, effective method of returning your business to solvency that will be beneficial to all parties in some way or another, and ultimately achieve a better return than a liquidation.

Reporting prejudicial conduct of directors and presiding officers

23/06/2022|

Wayward company directors who fail to comply with the obligations set out in Section 163 of the Companies Act can now be declared “delinquent” under certain circumstances.   Provisions within the Act allow for affected persons or prejudiced parties to report prejudicial conduct, abuse or mismanagement of ... Read more

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Beneficiaries’ rights to information in a trust

25/03/2022|

Beneficiaries are entitled to a certain amount of information about the trust of which they are a beneficiary and trustees have a duty to disclose that information. But trustees can sometimes be reluctant to disclose certain information, or it may be that beneficiaries are unclear ... Read more

Vaccine mandates in the workplace – where to from here?

17/02/2022|

The CCMA has recently presided and ruled over 2 recent unfair dismissal cases surrounding the matter of enforceable vaccine mandates in the workplace. The findings of the CCMA (which is the first step in all labour-related disputes), may still be challenged by disgruntled parties or ... Read more

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Signing surety doesn’t have to be a life sentence

20/09/2021|

A surety is effectively a contract between the creditor and the surety him- or herself and is usually worded in a manner so as to bind the surety for any given amount and for an indefinite period in favour of the creditor.   The South African Law of ... Read more

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Public Policy deserves expert mediation

30/08/2021|

The recent Firearms Control Amendment Bill has sent a few tempers flaring; at least one could say “the debate is on.” The new Bill replaces the Firearms Control Amendment Bill, 2015, and, as in any passing of legislation and Public Policy (the laws and regulations ... Read more

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Business rescue – more pros than cons, but for whom?

20/07/2021|

Depending from whose perspective you are looking when it comes to the pros and cons of business rescue, all ‘affected persons’ have a vested interest in the success of the business rescue process. However, some parties may come out on the other side feeling a little ... Read more

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