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Published: 17 September 2015

560 Pages

ISBN: 9780199054732


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Law of Commerce in South Africa

Second Edition

Dumile Baqwa, Elizabeth De Stadler, Roger Evans, Seig Eiselen, Tracy Humby, Michelle Kelly-Louw, Isobel Konyn, Shawn Kopel, Tjakie Naude, Susan Scott, Nicola Smit, Philip Sutherland, Tanya Woker, Edited by Steve Scott, and Johan Cornelius

  • The second edition of the text offers three new chapters, to provide frameworks of the following fields of law:
  • Intellectual property law
  • Consumer law
  • Insolvency law, these additional chapters ensure that the text reflects contemporary legal fields and developments in South Africa and the worldwide commercial sphere.
  • Each chapter in the book is authored by an eminent expert within the relevant field of law, ensuring that the text provides theoretical depth, academic rigour and valuable insights.
  • The text explains concepts in clear and uncomplicated terms, providing extensive examples and practical applications which are drawn from everyday life and the business environment. This meaningful context supports understanding of unfamiliar legal concepts, and clearly connects legal principles with the objectives of the commercial environment.
  • The text is specifically directed at a readership from commercial and non-law disciplines of study. Accordingly, the level, detail and approach of the legal theory is appropriate. The text presents content in a manner which is applied and practical, explaining the relevance of the law and its application in practice. This enables readers to study with greater understanding and efficiency, reducing confusion and frustration, and assisting lecturers to manage a pressurised curriculum.

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