Perspectives on the Law of Partnership in South Africa (Online)



    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Online
  • ISBN: 2415 0150
  • Published:
  • Category: Commercial Law

R537.00



Perspectives on the Law of Partnership in South Africa examines the most problematic issues in the law of partnership. It investigates specific issues in the area of partnership law, painting a broader picture of all the other relevant areas involved. In following a ‘perspectives’ approach – presenting a historical and a comparative perspective – the book offers a detailed consideration of complex areas of partnership law while at the same time exploring the law in general.

Topics discussed range from the history and development of partnership law to perennial classical favourites such as the leonine partnership, the triple contract and universal partnership proper, all three of which contributed to the delineation of the partnership concept.

Aspects of the law in general that are discussed in detail include: 

  • legal status and its attendant entity and aggregate theories
  • representation and mutual mandate
  • partnerships en commandite
  • anonymous, limited and limited liability partnerships
  • the removal of the limit on the number of partners
  • partnership sequestration
  • the dual priorities rule.

Perspectives on the Law of Partnership in South Africa is offered as a scholarly book for the subject specialist with the expectation that it will also invigorate interest in and advance research on the law of partnership.

  • History and sources
  • Leonine partnership
  • Triple contract
  • Repeal of twenty-partner limit
  • Universal and general partnerships
  • Limiting liability
  • Legal status
  • Mutual mandate and agency
  • A partnership of juristic persons in insolvency
  • Dual priorities rule in insolvency

  • Legal practitioners
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • Postgraduate students
  • Libraries
  • Full text of the printed version
  • Hyperlinks to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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Perspectives on the Law of Partnership in South Africa examines the most problematic issues in the law of partnership. It investigates specific issues in the area of partnership law, painting a broader picture of all the other relevant areas involved. In following a ‘perspectives’ approach – presenting a historical and a comparative perspective – the book offers a detailed consideration of complex areas of partnership law while at the same time exploring the law in general.

Topics discussed range from the history and development of partnership law to perennial classical favourites such as the leonine partnership, the triple contract and universal partnership proper, all three of which contributed to the delineation of the partnership concept.

Aspects of the law in general that are discussed in detail include: 

  • legal status and its attendant entity and aggregate theories
  • representation and mutual mandate
  • partnerships en commandite
  • anonymous, limited and limited liability partnerships
  • the removal of the limit on the number of partners
  • partnership sequestration
  • the dual priorities rule.

Perspectives on the Law of Partnership in South Africa is offered as a scholarly book for the subject specialist with the expectation that it will also invigorate interest in and advance research on the law of partnership.

  • History and sources
  • Leonine partnership
  • Triple contract
  • Repeal of twenty-partner limit
  • Universal and general partnerships
  • Limiting liability
  • Legal status
  • Mutual mandate and agency
  • A partnership of juristic persons in insolvency
  • Dual priorities rule in insolvency

  • Legal practitioners
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • Postgraduate students
  • Libraries
  • Full text of the printed version
  • Hyperlinks to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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