Sections 47(3) & (5) of the Consumer Protection Act: Overbooking or Overselling states that where a supplier commits to a reservation and is unable to honour the reservation, he may be liable for costs incidental to the reservation under certain circumstances. Read more or contact us for more information at email@example.com
- COMMUNITY SCHEMES OMBUD
- Enforceability of Separation Agreements
- Commuting Time vs Labour Time
- National COSATU Strike – 7 October 2016
- False, misleading or deceptive misrepresentations in terms of the Consumer Protection Act
- Breakdown in the trust relationship continued – is direct evidence required by the employer?
- SECTIONAL TITLE: WHO DETERMINES THE ANNUAL LEVY INCREASE?
- Consumer Protection Act: Overbooking and Overselling
- Section 61 of the Consumer Protection Act
- Sectional Title Properties: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN AND REPAIR LEAKING PIPES?
- Deviations from Disciplinary Codes
- TERMINATION OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY TO A PROPERTY DUE TO ARREAR HISTORICAL DEBT INCURRED BY THE PREVIOUS OWNER
- IMPORTANCE OF A FIDELITY FUND CERTIFICATE ISSUED TO THE MEMBER AS WELL AS THE CLOSED CORPORATION
- Retrenchment based on Poor Performance
- Are employers required to accept and pay out extended notice periods to employees?
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