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South Africa has a mixed or hybrid common law system. The South African legal system draws from various other legal systems including, among others, Roman law, Roman-Dutch law, English common law and Germanic law.

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Fair Labour Practices and Labour Relations Act
Constitutional Law
Introduction: “By implication the court a quo’s reasoning is that employees who have genuine complaints of other unfair labour practices such as unfair ...... Last modified: 20th Aug 2019

Lease Agreement Between Landlord and Tenant
Contract Law
Introduction: A lease agreement was entered into between the landlord HE Street and the tenant PA Wander. The lease contract was for the tenant to lease the ...... Last modified: 16th Aug 2019

Analysis of the Contribution Legal Positivists
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Legal positivism started from medieval times where Christians believed that the Ten Commandments were sacred and had pre-eminent value “which was...... Last modified: 15th Aug 2019

History of Corrections System
Introduction: This paper aims to compare and contrast Canadian, American, South African and English corrections systems. The areas that will be examined will be the common areas that are discussed when considering the progressiveness...... Last modified: 14th Aug 2019

Statute Law or Legislation
Contract Law
Introduction: Statute law or Legislation is an important source of law in South Africa. They are the written laws as set out by the parliament and provincial legislatures...... Last modified: 12th Aug 2019

Dominance of One Party in South African Politics
Administrative Law
Introduction: 1 South Africa’s political landscape is defined as a multiparty parliamentary democracy, whereby the constitutional power is shared ...... Last modified: 6th Aug 2019