Business Transactions Law, now in its ninth edition, addresses fundamental questions about business transactions: When is a transaction recognised as binding at law? If a transaction is binding, what is its legal effect? Are there any circumstances in which a party is excused from carrying out his side of a transaction?
Administrative Law in South Africa takes full account of South African administrative law with the emphasis on judicial review of administrative action. The second edition has been thoroughly updated with all case law from the end of 2006 to 2011. This new edition retains the comprehensiveness, clarity and accessibility of the first edition.
The fifth edition of this established work on criminal law now includes detailed discussion of major judicial pronouncements on dolus eventualis, the limits of common purpose liability in its active association form), robbery with aggravating circumstances, treason, racketeering/retrospectivity and consensual child sexual experimentation.