Business Law

LexisNexis Practical Guidance Business Law helps your business stay up-to-date and compliant by providing interpretations and guidance on the law. Discover what the advantages and potential pitfalls are of trading as a partnership or sole proprietor in the section dealing with Forms of Business Enterprise.

Compliance is made easy with practical guidance notes on interpreting and applying the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act, National Credit Act and Labour Relations Act.


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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