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When the court has reviewed the parties’ evidence, a verdict is delivered in the matter. A discontent party may appeal against the order but the right to do so is limited, such as to errors of law. Different rules apply to orders made in different courts. PROCEDURE Verdicts delivered by the Small Claims division at...
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A corporation, as a separate legal entity, can sue and be sued in its own name, meaning that the company is responsible for its own liabilities and debts. In general, this means that the directors are not personally liable for the company’s affairs. Directors have to make use of their powers and perform their duties...
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What happens when a lessee walks away from a lease? A lease terminates on abandonment by the lessee. However, a lessee cannot simply walk away from a contract without consequence. The lessor can apply to the Magistrates Court for an order to repossess the premises and for compensation for damages caused to the lessor as...
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