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Unmarried Couple Needing A Bond - An Important Consideration

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There are a number of reasons why couples may opt to remain unmarried despite undertaking reciprocal obligations towards each other that are similar to those in marriage relationships. The reasons are various, from estate planning, career considerations, religious reasons, family relations to the lure of independence as an individual.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 Views: 17

 

The Chameleon Effect - From a Close Corporation to a Company

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Seeing a chameleon continuously changing its colours is such an awesome sight to experience. To little children this is nothing more than a fun affair, but as you grow older everything about the chameleon starts to make sense. Due to its extremely slow movement, a long rolled-up tongue enables it to catch prey from a distance. What of its ability to change the colour of its skin just like that, so as to hide from its own enemies who are faster in executing hunting missions. When it turns green or brown, it still remains the same chameleon, albeit in a new colour giving it a hiding advantage at that particular time. The story of a chameleon is a perfect example of adapting to the environment. Nature is indeed amazing.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Monday, November 29, 2021 Views: 28

 

The Bolts & Nuts Of Marriage In Community Of Property

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In this age of massive information dissemination on the cyberspace, the growth of information sources on various platforms has led us to believe that many people are now familiar with what marriage in community of property is, at least in its most basic form. For laymen that is enough and useful, because to go anywhere beyond that point would require a qualified legal practitioner to assist e.g. divorces, Antenuptial Contracts etc.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 Views: 47

 

These Two Types Of Contracts, Must Be Cast In Stone

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In South African law, a number of contracts may be entered into verbally or in written form. It remains the choice of the parties, their requirements and what is convenient for them on whether to conclude their agreement in writing or orally. Sometimes it is about the cost as well. Legal Practitioners charge a fee to draft and facilitate the execution of a contract between the parties.

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Posted by Cor van Deventer on Thursday, November 18, 2021 Views: 42