The engagement is a contract between a man and woman to marry each other on a specific or
determinable date. A valid engagement is not a prerequisite for a valid civil marriage. No special
requirements are required for the conclusion of a enga
Law of Criminal Procedure
3 main purposes of Criminal Procedure
Provide a process the vindicates substantive criminal law goals. CP
mechanisms must determine substantive guilt reliably, authoritatively and in a
manner that promotes CL's se
INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW OF PERSONS
Sub-sec of private law
persons first law sphere of law that governs relationships with humans
concepts & institutions basic to all other branches of the law
Centre of legal world bearer of
INTRODUCTION AND LEGALITY
Introduction to criminal law
Private vs public law distinction
Relationship: horizontal (private) and vertical (public)
Sanctions: compensation (private) and punishment (public)
Distinction: Eg. burglary; d
What is labour law?:
Its a dimension of life concerned with work and peoples engagement in it.
Although the focus is in the workplace the subject is intertwined with other aspects of the
law (Contract, delict, criminal law, administrative law).
1. What is SIP (= procedural law)
1. Substantive law: determines content + scope of r,r,d
2. Procedural law: procedure for enforcement of r,r,d
HOW to enforce it
Mechanism for enforcement of substantive law
3. Both are INTERA
Negotiation and Competitive
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Confidential Information for
SALT HARBOR: Brims versus Easterly
your negotiating partner
Street Streaker & Alpert-Raiffa Experiment
International Trade Theory
The Mercantilists theory on international trade:
In short they believed that a country should export more than what it imports.
This would in turn mean that more money enters the country.
They therefore believed that the Governm
The benchmark model of the economy:
Positive and normative approaches:
A vision of how the world ought to work.
Comparing of normative economics with the real world.
The basic assumptions of the Benchmark model:
WILLS, UNILATERAL AND MULTILATERAL JURISTIC ACTS AND DONATIONS:
Juristic act is an act which is intended to create or alter rights and/ or obligations and it is an act to which the law
attaches at least some of the consequences envisaged by the acting par