Pre-Emptive Rights and Sale of Shares Provisions for Shareholders

By |2021-03-01T11:29:34+00:00March 1st, 2021|Commercial Law|

The precise mechanism, governing to whom and in what proportions shares in a private company should be sold when a shareholder is no longer going to hold shares, is important for all shareholders to be satisfied with.  This could occur for any number of reasons, such as simply wishing no longer to be involved in the company, to death of a shareholder.

Let’s discuss the interception of data!

By |2021-01-21T07:15:38+00:00December 9th, 2020|ICT Law|

Public Wi-Fi is convenient, and it allows us to save on data costs and work on the go, as these networks are usually in public places such as airports, coffee shops and shopping malls. But, no matter the convenience, we recommend caution if you connect to public networks as firstly, you do not have any knowledge of who created the public network and for what (potentially sinister reason),  and secondly, it is impossible to know who else or how many other people are connected to the same network

Deceased Estates, the necessity of having a valid will and of course the age old dilemma – “to wed or not to wed…. that is the question”

By |2020-11-09T08:20:59+00:00November 9th, 2020|Matrimonial, Trusts Law|

With a lack of knowledge of South African law, one could be left with the popular misconception that common law marriages exist and become applicable when living with your partner in a permanent relationship. In the past, if you merely lived as husband and wife, but did not actually get married, you were not protected by South African Law should your partner pass away as you did not automatically inherit from his estate.

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