By Pierre Heistein Exchange rates are the price of one currency in terms of another. Therefore, just like with the price of any other good, it will fluctuate with supply and demand. In South Africa, we always state the exchange rate as the price of buying one unit of the foreign currency.
By Prof Graham PaddockThe new Companies Act that came into effect on 1 May 2011 has been described as “a revolution for South African corporation law”. While this replacement legislation is arguably the most important statute that exists from a South African commercial law perspective and is certainly a fresh start for company law, in…
By Anton Kelly Owners of units in sectional titles schemes are responsible for the repair and maintenance of their sections but share the general costs of running the scheme. They do this by contributing to an administrative fund from which the scheme’s expenses are paid.
By Prof Graham Paddock Below is an example of two of the questions on the discussion forum on Paddocks Club. We want to show what is available to our Community Members! Voting by spouses married in and out of community of property