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PELJ/PER publishes contributions relevant to the Research Unit Development in the South African Constitutional State. This means that most contributions will concern some aspect of constitutionalism or the law relating to development. The fact that the South African constitutional state is the focus, however does not limit the content of PELJ/PER to the South African legal system, since development law and constitutionalism are excellent themes for comparative work. While constitutionalism and development needs are constantly kept in mind as the main themes, contributions on any aspect or discipline of the law are welcomed, as long as the main themes are addressed. The journal publishes in English, Afrikaans, German and Dutch.

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Vol 18, No 7 (2015)

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Realisation of a child's right to a basic education in the South African school system: Some lessons from Germany EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Chürr 2405-2455
Court supervised institutional transformation in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Erasmus, A Hornigold 2457-2501
Rethinking terra nullius and property law in space EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Erlank 2503-2523
Introduction to virtual property: Lex virtualis ipsa loquitur EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Erlank 2525-2559
The universal jurisdiction of South African criminal courts and immunities of foreign state officials EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Kayitana 2561-2603
The Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, species-based legal protection and the danger of misidentification EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JC Knobel 2605-2641
Protecting the foundation and magnificent edifice of the legal profession: Reflections on Thukwane V Law Society of the Northern Provinces 2014 5 SA 513 (GP) and Mtshabe V Law Society of the Cape of Good Hope 2014 5 SA 376 (ECM) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TC Maloka 2643-2670
When the judiciary flouts separation of powers: Attenuating the credibility of the national prosecuting authority EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Maqutu 2672-2705
The viability and constitutionality of the South African National Register for Sex Offenders: A comparative study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Mollema 2707-2738
A critique of the Unemployment Insurance Amendment Bill, 2015 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MP Olivier, A Govindjee 2739-2776
Clinical legal education models: Recommended assessment regimes EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MA du Plessis 2778-2802
RAF V Sweatman (162/2014) [2015] ZASCA 22 (20 march 2015) A simple illustration of the SCA's statutory misinterpretation of section 17(4)(C) of the Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1998 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Fick, P van der Merwe 2804-2828


Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroom Elektroniese Regstydskrif.   ISSN: 1727-3781
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