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Question 1

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List the most important/utilised South African courts in hierarchical order. 

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  • Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, High Courts, Magistrates' Courts and other lower courts
  • Supreme Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court, High Courts, Magistrates' Courts and other lower courts
  • High Courts, Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, High Courts, Magistrates' Courts and other lower courts
  • Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, Magistrates' Courts, High Courts and other lower courts

Question 2

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A court's jurisdiction to hear appeals and review cases or to function as a court of first instance is generally determined by two factors, what are they?
Answer
  • geographical area
  • type of case
  • the amount of money a person is claiming as damages
  • astio quanti minoris

Question 3

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Identify 7 special courts from the list below:
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  • Children's Court
  • Labour Appeal Court
  • Labour Court
  • Land Claims Court
  • Competition Appeal Court
  • Equality Courts
  • Water Tribunal
  • Regional Court
  • District Court
  • SPP Court

Question 4

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General practitioners of the legal profession who clients approach with their problems are called:
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  • advocates
  • attorneys
  • lawyers

Question 5

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Whos is the official charged with instituting criminal proceedings?
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  • Director of Public Prosecutions
  • Presiding Officer

Question 6

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When two parties conclude a contract in which they agree to appoint a third person to resolve their dispute this is called:
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  • negotiation
  • arbitration
  • mediation

Question 7

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Mediation takes place in cases whether the conflicting parties ask a third party to assist them in finding a solution through negotiation.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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Arbitration has the advantage of being cheaper than litigation.
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Mediation is often used to resolve disputes in the commercial sector and in the world of international politics.
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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In negotiation the objective is to find a solution where one party wins.
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  • True
  • False
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