TSAR

 

TSAR

 

 

  

 

   

 

The Journal of South African Law is published under the auspices of the UJ Faculty of Law. 

The first edition of the Journal of South African Law appeared in 1976 and since then has established itself as one of the leading law journals in South Africa.  The journal does not only focus on the legal position in South Africa but also publishes articles on the legal position in other jurisdictions.

Subscription is R835 pa (VAT included) and TSAR is published in February, May, August and November each year.

 

 Prof Sonnekus


Editor in Chief
Professor JC Sonnekus


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Extracts from TSAR

 

2013: Volume 2 - TSAR-2013-2-Index.pdf    
 Title                        Pages         
  • Overview of Constitutional Court Judgements on the Bill of Rights-2012. IM RAUTENBACH   

 

  •  Eienaars en andergesaghebbendes mag ervaar dat swye nie altyd goud werd is nie. JC SONNEKUS

                   

                     306-326.pdf

 

 

 

                    326-339.pdf

 

 

2013: Volume 1 - TSAR-2013-1-Index.pdf    
 Title    Pages
  • Koop van 'n saak vir sy normale of vir 'n bepaalde doel. En die een en die ander oor winkeldochters. JM OTTO 

 

  • Regspraak-The liability of organisers for damages caused in the course of violent demonstartions as a limitation of the right to freedom of assembly. IM RAUTENBACH                                 
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1-20.pdf

 

 

 

 151-164.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 TSAR-2012-Index.pdf

 

 2012: Volume 3 - Index List    
 Title                    Pages
  •    Estoppel en oënskynlike volmag van amptenare van owerheidstrukture. JC SONNEKUS                                       
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                            593-606
  •    Constitutional aspects of the Muslim Marriages Bill*. JL NEELS
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                                                              486-522
 2012: Volume 2 - Index List    
Title Pages
  •    Is die hersieningsgrond  “rasionaliteit” in artikel 6(2)(f)(ii) van wet 3 van 2000 van toepassing  op huishoudelike dissiplinêre tribunal? GN BARRIE
                   361-368                
  •    Limitering van renteheffing en die ultra duplum-reël: ’n evaluering van die historiese ontwikkeling van die reël en die vermeende oogmerk daaragter (deel 1)*. JC SONNEKUS
   247-273
  •    The prosecution’s duty to disclose: More reason to litigate?*. M WATNEY
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             320-331        
 2012: Volume 1 - Index List    
 
 Title    Pages
  •    Policy and judicial review – political questions, margins of appreciation and the South African constitution. IM RAUTENBACH
   20-34
  •    Staatseffekte, pactum successorium en onverwagte implikasies. JC SONNEKUS
                      130-149          
  •   Accident insurance and contributory causes of death. MFB REINEKE                                                
           180-188                    
   

 

 

 2011: Volume 4 - Index List
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
 2011: Volume 3 - Index List
 

 

 Title  Pages
  • Eiendomsverwerwing of -verlies onder ’n tydsbepaling of ’n voorwaarde en die privaatregtelike implikasies vir onteiening (deel 1).  JC SONNEKUS & AJH PLEYSIER  

             409 -430             
  • The bill of rights and statutory interventions with common-law delictual remedies in compensation schemes for road accidents and work-related injuries and diseases.  IM RAUTENBACH

527 - 540
  • The distinction between a credit facility and an incidental credit agreement in terms of the national credit act, and an afterthought on credit guarantees and registration.  JM OTTO

547 - 555

 

 2011: Volume 2 - Index List

 

 
 2011: Volume 1 - Index List
 

 

 

 2010Index

 

2010:  Volume 2 - Index List

Title Pages
  • Share repurchases and the protection of shareholders.   KE VAN DER LINDE
288 - 308
  • Overview of Constitutional Court decisions on the Bill of Rights.IM RAUTENBACH
372 - 390
  • Gebrekkige territoriale jurisdiksie by die aanhoor van 'n strafsaak in die Laerhof.   MM WATNEY
417 - 422
2010:  Volume 1 - Index List

Title

Pages
  • Towards social justice:  an elusive and a challenging endeavour.    N SMIT
288 - 308
  • Onwaardigheid vir erfopvolging én versekeringsbegunstiging.  JC SONNEKUS
175 - 185
2009:   Index  - Index List

2009: Volume 3 - Index List

 


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Pages

  • Bewoningsreg (habitatio) – verval dit weens versteuring (vernietiging) van die bouwerk? 
    JC SONNEKUS

 

450 – 470

 

 

  • The approach of the court regarding South African custodian parents going into the diaspora  
    GN BARRIE

 

562 – 573

 

 

  • Prosecuting without fear, favour or prejudice
    M WATNEY

 

577 – 589

 


2009: Volume 2
- Index List

 

Title
   

   

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  • The state’s failure to comply with its constitutional duties and its impact on democracy   
    R MALHERBE AND M VAN ECK

 

209 – 224

  • Oorsig van beslissings van die konstitusionele hof oor die handves van regte – 2008   
    IM RAUTENBACH

 

323 - 340

 

 

  • Lossingsdiskresie by alle retensieregte – grense herbevestig   
    EC SCHLEMMER

 

353 - 382

 

 

 

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