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Introduction to Family Law


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    Edition: 2nd edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702143892
  • Extent: 272
  • Published:
  • Category: Persons & the Family

R344.00

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This work, which is published in separate English and Afrikaans editions, has been used successfully at various universities and is geared specifically towards the unique learning requirements of first-year law students.

  • Introduction to family law
  • The engagement
  • Legal requirements for a valid marriage
  • Void and voidable marriages
  • The invariable consequences of marriage
  • The variable consequences of marriage: a brief introduction to matrimonial property law
  • General principles of the marriage in community of property
  • The marriage in community of property: control of the joint estate under the old order of marital power
  • The marriage in community of property: the system of equal (concurrent) control over the joint estate
  • Marriages out of community of property
  • The dissolution of marriage
  • Consequences of the dissolution of marriage
  • Parental authority and the rights of the child
  • The court as upper guardian; other guardians; curatorship

  • Students
  • Law lecturers
  • The material has been selected in such a way that students will find it easy to study the entire contents of the book
  • Historical and purely theoretical issues have been restricted to a minimum, and the authors have not referred excessively to cases and other literature
  • New developments, such as the effect of the Bill of Human Rights on family law, are also discussed
  • Subject matter has been arranged so as to facilitate easy learning
  • As many headings, cross-references and examples as possible are used
  • Certain core concepts with which first-year students are not familiar, are explained; tables are used to summarise certain aspects; and some graphic illustrations are included

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This work, which is published in separate English and Afrikaans editions, has been used successfully at various universities and is geared specifically towards the unique learning requirements of first-year law students.

  • Introduction to family law
  • The engagement
  • Legal requirements for a valid marriage
  • Void and voidable marriages
  • The invariable consequences of marriage
  • The variable consequences of marriage: a brief introduction to matrimonial property law
  • General principles of the marriage in community of property
  • The marriage in community of property: control of the joint estate under the old order of marital power
  • The marriage in community of property: the system of equal (concurrent) control over the joint estate
  • Marriages out of community of property
  • The dissolution of marriage
  • Consequences of the dissolution of marriage
  • Parental authority and the rights of the child
  • The court as upper guardian; other guardians; curatorship

  • Students
  • Law lecturers
  • The material has been selected in such a way that students will find it easy to study the entire contents of the book
  • Historical and purely theoretical issues have been restricted to a minimum, and the authors have not referred excessively to cases and other literature
  • New developments, such as the effect of the Bill of Human Rights on family law, are also discussed
  • Subject matter has been arranged so as to facilitate easy learning
  • As many headings, cross-references and examples as possible are used
  • Certain core concepts with which first-year students are not familiar, are explained; tables are used to summarise certain aspects; and some graphic illustrations are included

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