Review of South African Law, Juta's (Online)



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  • Format: Online
  • ISSN: 19976291
  • Language(s): English
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  • Category: Journals

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Together the Annual Survey and the Juta’s Quarterly Review (JQR) offer an exhaustive overview and analysis of legal developments by renowned legal experts and commentators in their fields. It also provides an excellent resource for identifying and interpreting relevant statutes and case law. While the Annual Survey offers a consolidated view of legal developments in a given year, JQR provides an immediate survey of current legal developments, often referring to cases as yet unreported. South African Law Report and South African Criminal Law Report citations are hyperlinked to the headnotes and flynotes of the cases. This work is your ideal companion for fast effective access to the information you need in your legal research.

  1. Annual Survey of South African Law (2000 - current)
    Historical depth is added to the database by this electronic version of the Annual Survey, published by Juta in printed form, in association with the Wits Law School, since 1947. The editions of this well-respected print publication from 2000 to current are included in the Review.
    Subjects covered are similar to those in the JQR and authored by renowned legal experts and commentators in their fields.
  2. Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law (2006 to date)
    This is the first comprehensive and authoritative legal commentary in South Africa published only in electronic format, to speed up delivery to subscribers, and provide electronic search facilities and hypertext linking. This component of the database is published in quarterly instalments and will continue to grow, providing a permanent record of the country’s developing law.

    Subjects covered include:
    Administrative law • Children • Civil Procedure • Companies and Close Corporations • Constitutional law • Constitutional Property law • Contract law • Criminal law • Criminal Procedure • Delict • Environmental law • Evidence • Family law • Insolvency • Labour • land reform  • Persons
    • Property • Public Procurement • Sentencing • Succession • Taxation • Trusts
  3. Headnotes and flynotes

  • Legal practitioners
  • Academics
  • Researchers
  • Guide through the thicket of legal development, find the items pertinent to you, and put them in context.
  • Tracks new legislation and judgments relevant to each area, with only six weeks lead time
  • Identifies the legal principles at issue in each case
  • Includes discussion of judgments not yet reported
  • Sets out the developments and places them in context
  • Highlights important implications for practitioners
  • Provides critical comment on statutes and judicial decisions
  • Discusses new developments not yet dealt with in the textbooks – where the guidance of an expert is most valuable
  • Points out implications that might otherwise go unnoticed
  • Enables readers to determine at a glance whether a discussion is relevant to their area of interest
  • Headnotes and flynotes of more than 4,000 cases referred to in both components of the database are included and hypertext linked for your research convenience.
  • Jump linked cross-references to other relevant contributions

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Together the Annual Survey and the Juta’s Quarterly Review (JQR) offer an exhaustive overview and analysis of legal developments by renowned legal experts and commentators in their fields. It also provides an excellent resource for identifying and interpreting relevant statutes and case law. While the Annual Survey offers a consolidated view of legal developments in a given year, JQR provides an immediate survey of current legal developments, often referring to cases as yet unreported. South African Law Report and South African Criminal Law Report citations are hyperlinked to the headnotes and flynotes of the cases. This work is your ideal companion for fast effective access to the information you need in your legal research.

  1. Annual Survey of South African Law (2000 - current)
    Historical depth is added to the database by this electronic version of the Annual Survey, published by Juta in printed form, in association with the Wits Law School, since 1947. The editions of this well-respected print publication from 2000 to current are included in the Review.
    Subjects covered are similar to those in the JQR and authored by renowned legal experts and commentators in their fields.
  2. Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law (2006 to date)
    This is the first comprehensive and authoritative legal commentary in South Africa published only in electronic format, to speed up delivery to subscribers, and provide electronic search facilities and hypertext linking. This component of the database is published in quarterly instalments and will continue to grow, providing a permanent record of the country’s developing law.

    Subjects covered include:
    Administrative law • Children • Civil Procedure • Companies and Close Corporations • Constitutional law • Constitutional Property law • Contract law • Criminal law • Criminal Procedure • Delict • Environmental law • Evidence • Family law • Insolvency • Labour • land reform  • Persons
    • Property • Public Procurement • Sentencing • Succession • Taxation • Trusts
  3. Headnotes and flynotes

  • Legal practitioners
  • Academics
  • Researchers
  • Guide through the thicket of legal development, find the items pertinent to you, and put them in context.
  • Tracks new legislation and judgments relevant to each area, with only six weeks lead time
  • Identifies the legal principles at issue in each case
  • Includes discussion of judgments not yet reported
  • Sets out the developments and places them in context
  • Highlights important implications for practitioners
  • Provides critical comment on statutes and judicial decisions
  • Discusses new developments not yet dealt with in the textbooks – where the guidance of an expert is most valuable
  • Points out implications that might otherwise go unnoticed
  • Enables readers to determine at a glance whether a discussion is relevant to their area of interest
  • Headnotes and flynotes of more than 4,000 cases referred to in both components of the database are included and hypertext linked for your research convenience.
  • Jump linked cross-references to other relevant contributions

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.