Corporation Litigation Casebook IX is completed and there have emerged a few wider considerations more especially due to our selection of 2020 cases. A few to mention - a puisne decision that could not survive an appeal for legal privilege of anabus policy documents; in a technical corporate re-structuring the gratuity or enforceability of an email promise; in a principal-agent relationship a demand for lease payment and a counter plea for unlawful competition in addition, deviation from Common Law in context; Spoliation - the Courts continue to find for the lessee peaceful undisturbed possession of assets or property including coming to the assistance of a Church with restoration of peaceful possession ante; disposal of a deceased member's assets aligned to s35 Close Corporation Act 69 of 1984 found to be irregular but valid; whether N.O. reinstatement came with an attached locus standi; a flight agreement and extra financiers agreement with a loss of shareholder profits however the pleadings disclosed no cause of action; re-scheduling of foreign debt under the 'standstill agreement' trade sanctions of RSA 1988; DTI incentive for production of wine, indebtedness for loaned cellar attached to farm; bringing trusts onshore - whether income or capital gains regarding tax; plus regular curial interpretation, statutory demand, Court record and application for transcript notes, pleadings, statement of claim and many more. Graeme and Vel Fraser continue with Casebook X.
L - after commencement of the day the African Fish eagle being an aquatic habitat creature enjoys a sedentary rest-of-her-day perched in the sunshine after having caught a breakfast fish [sometimes acquiring up to a 4000 gram fish] working with outsized fish-grasping talons, wide wingspan for lift and oversized eyes for clarity and precision of focus.
South African perspectives on our wild life..
S of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, geographical aspects of the subtropical savanna-forest boundaries, grasslands, majestic deep ravines and jagged mountain water cliffs where existing contentedly are the Big Five, antelope, small mammals, common birds and insect types where their changing circumstances are managed to ensure peak survival. In South Africa, National Environment Managements' shoulder nature's processes and give full effect to relevant legislation, contiguous rules and protocols. Below - its that time again where pregnant Impala feed from masses of Spring indigenous foliage and where it is not always easy to spot the Kudu as a companion nearby.