Business Law

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Expert Contributors

This practice area is written and compiled by the Directors and Professional Staff of the Commercial, Property, Litigation and Employment Law Departments of Garlicke & Bousfield Incorporated Attorneys of Durban.

The contributing authors are:

  • Alain Cohen
  • Patrick Forbes
  • David White
  • Jacqui Smith
  • Christine Seger
  • Victoria McDonald
  • Lance Larratt
  • Dean Caro
  • Bongani Mgaga
  • Greig Campbell
  • Brian Jennings
  • Graeme Phillips
  • Graeme Palmer
  • Janine Will
  • Irshaad Moidheen
  • Howard Stephenson
  • Lara Van Rensburg
  • Amy Dedekind
  • Simphiwe Maphumulo
  • Bianca Larratt
  • Bruce Rist
Business Law. Table of contents.
  • Sole proprietorPartnership
  • Close corporations
  • Companies
  • Business trusts
  • Joint ventures
  • Licenses
  • Permits
  • Registration for tax purposes
  • Registration with The Department of Labour: UIF S
  • Registration with Bargaining Council
  • Registration with professional or other industry-controlling bodies
  • Nature of tenure: freehold and leasehold
  • Leases and sub-leases
  • Name of business
  • Trademarks
  • Copyright
  • Patents
  • Designs
  • Know-how
  • Restraints of trade
  • Unlawful competition
  • Passing off
  • Counterfeit goods
  • Restraint against poaching employees
  • Types of agency
  • General principles of agency
  • Distributor agreements
  • Estoppel
  • Sale of goods
  • Lease of goods
  • Sale of property
  • Licence agreements
  • Franchise agreements
  • Personal security
  • Real security
  • Ranking of securities
  • Prohibited practices
  • Corporate leniency
  • Merger control
  • Exemptions
  • Consumer Protection Act
  • National Credit Act
  • Labour Legislation
  • Ethics and procurement
  • Supply chain management systems for local government
  • Sale of business and sales of shares
  • Sequestration
  • Winding up of companies
  • Business rescue



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