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Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad

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 1 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Domestic partners and "the choice argument": Quo vadis? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Coetzee, A Louw 2950-2981
When does state interference with property (now) amount to expropriation? An analysis of the Agri SA court's state acquisition requirement (Part i)* EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EJ Marais 2982-3031
When does state interference with property (now) amount to expropriation? An analysis of the Agri SA court's state acquisition requirement (Part ii) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EJ Marais 3032-3069
Leveraging traditional knowledge on the medicinal uses of plants within the patent system: the digitisation and disclosure of knowledge in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EP Amechi 3071-3101
The South African companies act and the realisation of corporate human rights responsibilities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Gwanyanya 3102-3131
A future for the doctrine of substantive legitimate expectation? The implications of Kwazulu-Natal joint liaison committee v MEC for education, Kwazulu Natal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Murcott 3132-3158
Inclusive basic education in South Africa: issues in its conceptualisation and implementation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LN Murungi 3159-3195
Just piles of rocks to developers but places of worship to native Americans - exploring the significance of earth jurisprudence for South African cultural communities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MM Ratiba 3197-3236
Legal aspects with regard to mentally ill offenders in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Swanepoel 3237-3258
Huidige regsontwikkeling ten aansien van uitwinbaarverklaring van ʼn verband oor ʼn onroerende saak EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MMM Fuchs 3259-3298
What constitutes a benefit by virtue of section 186(2) of the labour relations act 66 of 1995? Apollo tyres South Africa (PTY) ltd v CCMA 2013 5 BLLR 434 (LAC) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Fourie 3299-3313


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