Eighteen Publications on South African Private International Law 2007-2008
byJan NeelsonSeptember 19, 2008
Sieg Eiselen “Goodbye arrest ad fundandam. Hello forum non conveniens?” 2008 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg / Journal of South African Law 794
Thalia Kruger Civil Jurisdiction Rules of the EU and their Impact on Third StatesOxford University Press 2008
Thalia Kruger “Regional organisations and their dispute settlement bodies” 2008 De Jure (to be published)
Jan L Neels “Falconbridge in Africa. Via media classification (characterisation) and liberative (extinctive) prescription (limitation of actions) in private international law – a Canadian doctrine on safari in Southern Africa (hic sunt leones!); or: simper aliquid novi Africam adferre” (2008) 4 Journal of Private International Law 167
Jan L Neels “Tweevoudige leemte: bevrydende verjaring en die internasionale privaatreg” 2007 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg / Journal of South African Law 178
Jan L Neels “Revocation of wills in South African private international law” (2007) 56 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 613
Jan L Neels “The proprietary effect of reservation-of-title clauses in South African private international law” in Prof Dr Ergon A Çetingil ve Prof Dr Rayegân Kender’e 50. Birlikte Çali?ma Yili Arma?ani (2007) (Istanbul) 903 (originally published in 2006 South African Mercantile Law Journal 66)
Jan L Neels and Eesa A Fredericks “The music performance contract in European and Southern African private international law” (part 1) (2008) 71 Tydskrif vir die Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg / Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law 351
Jan L Neels and Marlene Wethmar-Lemmer “Constitutional values and the proprietary consequences of marriage in private international law – introducing the lex causae proprietatis matrimonii” 2008 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg / Journal of South African Law
Richard Frimpong Oppong “A decade of private international law in African courts 1997-2007” (part 1) (2007) 9 Yearbook of Private International Law 223
Richard Frimpong Oppong “Roman-Dutch law meets the common law on jurisdiction in international matters” (2008) 4 Journal of Private International Law 311
Elsabe Schoeman and Christa Roodt “South Africa” in B Verschraegen (ed) Private International Law in R Blanpain International Encyclopaedia of Laws Kluwer Law Interational 2007
Christa Roodt “A wider vision in choice of prescription law” (2007) 9 Yearbook of Private International Law 357
Christian Schulze “The 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements” (2007) 19 South African Mercantile Law Journal 140
Christian Schulze “Should a peregrine plaintiff furnish security for costs for the counterclaim of an incola defendant?” (2007) 19 South African Mercantile Law Journal 393
Christian Schulze “International jurisdiction in claims sounding in money: is Richman v Ben-Tovim the last word?” (2008) 20 South African Mercantile Law Journal 61
Omphemetse Sibanda “Jurisdictional arrest of a foreign peregrinus now unconstitutional in South Africa” (2008) 4 Journal of Private International Law 167 329
Marlene Wethmar-Lemmer “When could a South African court be expected to apply the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG)?” 2008 De Jure (to be published)
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