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PVL1501/201(Heaton p 10)(c)Would your answer to (b) have been different if Daniel had raped Tryphinah whenJonathan was conceived? Provide a reason for your answer.(2)lOMoARcPSD|4773666
7Question 3James Nxumalo’s wife, Christina, has been missing for six years. He would like to approach thecourt to grant a presumption of death with regard to his wife. James approaches you for adviceabout the following:Downloaded by Justine Daniel ([email protected])
(Heaton p 11)[9]Question 2Amanda, who is 6 weeks pregnant, wants to terminate her pregnancy. She is concerned thatthe termination of the pregnancy might contravene section 11 of the Constitution. In your ownwords, explain to her what right this section protects, and whether the termination of herpregnancy contravenes this section. In your answer, you have to refer to authority.[3]Description: Section 11 of the Constitution guarantees the right to life(1).OR
(a)Which presumption of death procedure (common-law or statutory) will be applicableunder the circumstances?(1)
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