Corpus Iuris Civilis comprised four parts:
What is Codex?
What is Digesta?
What is Institutes?
What is Novellae?
The Roman law, when applied together with the law of the Netherlands, formed the
Roman-Dutch law, influenced by principles of English law, is referred to as the
South African Law consists of.....
Nature of law
Major purposes of law
Law can be
4 types of rights
An entrenched customary practice treated as law in a particular community.
Areas of exclusive provincial competence:
Types of courts
Doctrine of Precedent (Stare decisis)
A legal obligation is a legal tie (or legal relationship) between two people.
One party has a duty to give performance
The party who has a duty to deliver performance is called a
The party who has a right to receive performance is called
Some legal obligations are recognized and enforced by law
Others are recognized but not enforced by the law.
Legal obligations can arise out of
A Delict creates an obligation on the wrongdoer towards the victim, in terms of which the wrongdoer has the duty to
The following elements must be present for a delict to give rise to a legal obligation:
A contract is an agreement made with...
Requirements for a contract.
Transfer of rights
can only give what you have?
Transfer of Duties ?
Transfer of Rights and Duties
3 Categories of Consensus
Consensus & Formation of Contracts
Where a contract is void
Contract is voidable
More than one party can
Simple joint liability or entitlement
Joint & Several Liability and entitlement
Common liability or entitlement
Terms that make up a contract
Essentiiallia of contract of Insurance
Parties to insurance contract
Requirements for Subrogration
Duty to Disclose
The amount of damages claimed is directly proportional to the patrimonial loss/damage suffered, or the amount of the insurance or the amount of the insurance where it is less than the loss suffered.
Non-Indemnity (capital) Insurance
5 Short Term Policies
5 Long Term Policies
Bill of Exchange
5 requirements for validity of bill/cheque
(same as definition)
Requirements of contract
3 types of misrepresentations
4 Forms of breach of contract