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Administrative & Regulatory Law
Administrative law is traditionally regarded as that body of law that regulates the legal relations of public authorities, whether with private individuals and organisations or with other public authorities.
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Aviation Law
Aviation law is the branch of law that concerns flight, air travel, and associated legal and business concerns.
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Banking & Financial Services
Banking law encompasses both public and private law related to banking.
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Class Actions
Essentially, “class action” is the name given to legal proceedings where a representative brings those proceedings on behalf of a group of persons who have authorised the representative to act on their behalf.
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Competition Law
The law of competition is the body of law aimed at fostering economic competition and eliminating restrictive trade practices for the good of the public (primarily to maximize consumer welfare).
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Constitutional & Human Rights Law
Constitutional law is that body of law that defines the role, powers, and structure of different entities within a state, namely, the executive, the legislature and the judiciary.
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Construction & Engineering Law
Construction and Engineering law is the law relating to building construction, engineering, and related fields.
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Contract Law
Contract law is a branch of law that regulates agreements between legal subjects.
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Corporate & Commercial Law
"Commercial Law" is a branch of law that applies to the rights, relations and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade and sales.
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Credit & Consumer Law
Two key pieces of legislation govern credit and consumer law in South Africa: The National Credit Act, No.
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Criminal Law
Criminal law is the branch of law that regulates the criminal liability of natural and juristic persons, which liability the State has an interest in prosecuting and punishing.
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Customary Law
Customary law comprises the customs and usages traditionally observed among the indigenous African peoples of South Africa.
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Cyber law
Cyber law is a sub-sect of the law involving, primarily, the Internet and “cyberspace”.
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Delictual Claims
The South African law of delict involves circumstances in which one person can claim compensation from another for harm that has been suffered.
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Labour Law
Maisels Chambers 3's approach to workplace law is rooted in the premise that employees are an employer’s most important asset.
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Environmental Law
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Family Law
Family law is a legal practice area that focuses on issues involving familial relationships and domestic relations, such as adoption, divorce, maintenance, support and child custody, among others.
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Foreign Exchange Law
Foreign Exchange law relates to the various forms of controls imposed by government on the purchase and sale of foreign and local currencies.
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Insolvency & Business Rescue Law
“Insolvency” refers to a status of diminished legal capacity imposed by the courts on persons who are unable to pay their debts, or whose liabilities exceed their assets.
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Insurance Law
An insurance policy is a contract under which the insurer, in return for an amount of money, provides benefits or indemnification to a policyholder upon the happening of an insured event or at a specified time.
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Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property refers to assets which are intangible, making them easily susceptible to exploitation by third parties, which were created through human intellect.
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Maritime & Shipping Law
Maritime and Shipping law is concerned with the contracts, rules and regulations of international trade by sea.
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Mediation & Arbitration Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") refers to any means of settling disputes outside of the courtroom.
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Medical Negligence
Medical Negligence law refers to the practice of law in respect of damages suffered due to medical malpractice by medical practitioners.
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Medical Schemes & Pension Fund Law
Medical Schemes are regulated by the Medical Schemes Act, No.
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Mining Law
Mining law is the collection of laws and regulations that apply to mining activities.
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Motion Court Practice
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Personal Injury Law
Personal injury law refers to a set of legal processes involved in civil cases arising as result of wrongful or negligent conduct on the part of a third party.
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Property Law
Property law in South Africa concerns the regulation of legal relationships between legal subjects concerning things.
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Public International & Immigration Law
Public international law is that body of rules and laws that regulates relations between states and the governments of those states, for example in relation to air and sea traffic, fishing zones, international trade, extradition, refugees, etc.
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Sports & Media Law
Sports/Entertainment and Media law is a sphere of the law that governs sports bodies, authorities, associations, clubs, unions, sponsors, players, agents, coaches, managers, advertisers and broadcasters on various matters; as well as the disputes emanating therefrom.
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Tax Law
Tax law is a wide area of law that deals with the constitutional, common-law, statutory, tax treaty, regulatory and administrative laws applicable to and concerning taxation.
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