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Why South Africa’s draft revised material transfer agreement is not fit for purpose

Forcing a square into a circle: why South Africa’s draft revised material transfer agreement is not fit for purpose

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Paul Esselaar

Paul Esselaar completed his BA, LLB at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in 1997. Thereafter he attended the School for Legal Practice at the University of Cape Town in 2000 and went on to complete his articles at Kessler De Jager Inc. During his articles he focussed...

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Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill tabled in Parliament

According to the South African Government News Agency (SANews) the Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill was tabled in Parliament last week. In short, 'the Bill, which was released for public comment in March, addresses urgent issues in eleven financial...

Is the Financial Services Industry pulling wool over consumers’ eyes?

The Financial Services industry is in a state of flux. The Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill (FSLGAB) was tabled in parliament on 25 September 2012. The aim of the Bill is to ensure that ‘South Africa has a sounder and better regulated financial services...

Credit Law: Section 89(5)(c) of the NCA declared unconstitutional

In the May/June edition of CLR Paul Esselaar wrote about a decision by the Western Cape High Court in which s 89(5)(c) of the National Credit Act was declared unconstitutional for being inconsistent with the right to property in s 25(1). In other words it was found...

Draft NCA Regulations on Affordability Assessments published

The Department of Trade and Industry has published draft regulations on, "Affordability Assessment for the Amendment of Regulations for matters relating to the functions of the National Consumer Tribunal and Rules for the Conduct of matters before the National...

Drowning in Red Tape: The new threshold for registration as a credit provider

With all the pieces of legislation that are constantly being updated it is easy to miss changes to legislation that are really important – especially if that change comes in the form of a Regulation (something typically drafted by a ministry such as the Department of...

The National Credit Act update

Date: Monday, 17 May 2021 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 19 May 2021 - 11:00 The National Credit Act Amendment Act 7 of 2019 has real consequences for credit providers and debt counsellors in particular. This course focuses on the likely impact that the changes will have in...

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Why South Africa’s draft revised material transfer agreement is not fit for purpose

Forcing a square into a circle: why South Africa’s draft revised material transfer agreement is not fit for purpose

PAIA manual

View the PAIA manual HERE 20230626_PAIA_Manual_Esselaar Attorneys_PGE

Paul Esselaar

Paul Esselaar completed his BA, LLB at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in 1997. Thereafter he attended the School for Legal Practice at the University of Cape Town in 2000 and went on to complete his articles at Kessler De Jager Inc. During his articles he focussed...

Web Site Terms and Conditions

The Esselaar Attorneys Web Site is subject to copyright by Esselaar Attorneys or is licenced under copyright from third party owners. You may reproduce any web page - subject to the disclaimer below - for personal use only. Any comments and statements contained within...

Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill tabled in Parliament

According to the South African Government News Agency (SANews) the Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill was tabled in Parliament last week. In short, 'the Bill, which was released for public comment in March, addresses urgent issues in eleven financial...

Is the Financial Services Industry pulling wool over consumers’ eyes?

The Financial Services industry is in a state of flux. The Financial Services Laws General Amendment Bill (FSLGAB) was tabled in parliament on 25 September 2012. The aim of the Bill is to ensure that ‘South Africa has a sounder and better regulated financial services...

Credit Law: Section 89(5)(c) of the NCA declared unconstitutional

In the May/June edition of CLR Paul Esselaar wrote about a decision by the Western Cape High Court in which s 89(5)(c) of the National Credit Act was declared unconstitutional for being inconsistent with the right to property in s 25(1). In other words it was found...

Draft NCA Regulations on Affordability Assessments published

The Department of Trade and Industry has published draft regulations on, "Affordability Assessment for the Amendment of Regulations for matters relating to the functions of the National Consumer Tribunal and Rules for the Conduct of matters before the National...

Drowning in Red Tape: The new threshold for registration as a credit provider

With all the pieces of legislation that are constantly being updated it is easy to miss changes to legislation that are really important – especially if that change comes in the form of a Regulation (something typically drafted by a ministry such as the Department of...

The National Credit Act update

Date: Monday, 17 May 2021 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 19 May 2021 - 11:00 The National Credit Act Amendment Act 7 of 2019 has real consequences for credit providers and debt counsellors in particular. This course focuses on the likely impact that the changes will have in...
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