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LANGE V S LANGE Husband wanted marriage annulled on grounds of fact he was mentally ill at date of wedding - -he heard voices in his head and had dementia – granted (this is under 7.2 in text book) SHANGE V MEC FOR EDUCATION KWAZULU NATAL This is the one where the schoolboy was hit in the eye while another kid was getting a hiding and only after he was 18 he realized it was a crime and claimed – there was a prescription issue, and this was at the time that minor age was changed from 21 to 18 (in the middle of his claim) – prescription does not run against minors and the claim would have been delayed a year after he became a minor which WAS 21 but now 18… SHIELDS V SHIELDS Cannot waive maintenance on behalf of unborn child FRIEDMAN V GLICKSMAN Woman tried to sue doctor as he failed to point out something wrong with her unborn. _ Action failed – he owed nothing to the child CHISHOLM V EAST RAND PROPRIETARY MINES This is the Loss of support case – death of husband / father – tried to sue for unborn child’s loss of maintenance CHRISTIAN LEAGUE OF CL tried to get curator ad litem appointed to look after the unborn 3 \
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SOUTHERN AFRICAN V RALL child that the mother wanted to abort due to a rape – FAILED NAVILLE V NAVILLE DOMICILE OF CHOICE – DIPLOMAT – where he chooses to live once his contract is over SMITH V SMITH DOMICILE OF CHOICE of prohibited immigrant VAN RENSBURG V BALLINGER Prohibited immigrant – allowed as SA had openly allowed him to reside here COOK V COOK DOMICILE OF CHOICE– moved back and forth between Joburg / Natal – then moved to Cape – Not domiciled in CT for Divorce EILON V EILON DOMICILE OF CHOICE Jewish guy on contract in CT for work for years – wants to settle here – he proved he is domiciled in the area of the court CT GRINDAL V GRINDAL DOMICILE OF ORIGIN She lived in CT – met an Australian – who lived there- they married in CT – they moved to Australia – then moved to UK – where was she domiciled? NOT in CT any more but she could renew her application if she moved back. BAKER V BAKER Soldiers – domicile of choice where they are not stationed MC MILLAN V MC MILLAN Soldier old ruling could not obtain domicilium in SA even if wanted to settle here (not here by choice but by a foreign power) 4 More DOMICILE by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND
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