- What do you do if you purchase a new or second hand vehicle and it turns out to be a lemon?
- The Consumer Protection Act: No 68 of 2008: (CPA): Section 56 (4): Consumers additional remedies for a breach of the implied warranty of quality: How does this apply to Motor Vehicles?
- The Consumer Protection Act: No 68 of 2008: (CPA): Section 56 (3): Consumers remedy for a breach of the implied warranty of quality after a repair: How does this apply to Motor Vehicles?
- The Consumer Protection Act: No 68 of 2008: (CPA): Section 56 (2): Consumers remedy for a breach of the Implied warranty of quality: How does this apply to Motor Vehicles?
- The Consumer Protection Act: No 68 of 2008: (CPA): Section 56 (1): Implied warranty of quality: How does this apply to Motor Vehicles?
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Monthly Archives: October 2016
We thought we would have a closer look at the employment contract; having previously advised that ALL employment contracts should be in writing; and not just verbal.
In our last blog; we dealt with initial clauses to the Employment Contract. Let us now finalise the discussion on the contract clauses: The next few clauses are important for both Employer and Employee; and should be set out simply … Continue reading
We ended off our last blog with the question. What clauses need to be incorporated in an Employment Contract? We will today list those clauses and in our next few blogs deal with the content of certain clauses.
We thought we would have a look at another case study referred to us this week. A client phoned us with this query; which we have taken the liberty of summarising: “I work on a part time basis and am … Continue reading
At The Legal Advice Office; we get frequent questions from clients regarding blacklisting and the removal of adverse credits information. To clear credit records we offer two main services to our clients. In all matters where there is no judgment … Continue reading
We dealt with short term insurance fraud in our last blog and today will look at a recent case study to illustrate the issues previously discussed by ourselves and the consequences of fraudulent insurance claims. A client of ours who … Continue reading
We thought we would start the new week with a completely different topic for a change. Insurance fraud; what is it?
Although our blogs are normally about legal advice and case studies; we decided today to depart from the norm and talk about the topic of Strikes and Industrial Action. We are in “strike season.”
We started in our last blog on this subject; so; if you have not read it perhaps you should do so now. Last time; we dealt with the situation where there was something wrong or defective with the goods purchased.
The Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA): Your right to return defective and/or damaged Goods:
We have once again received a number of emails from clients during this last week about whether, when and how they can go about returning faulty or damages goods. Even goods that are not fit for their intended purpose may … Continue reading