PER: 2000 Volume 3 No 2
31 August 2000
- Oordrag van eiendomsreg en die vulgêre reg in die Wes-Romeinse ryk / Schutte, PJW
- Die aard van wetgewende diskresies by die Suid-Afrikaanse uitvoerende gesag / Van Rensburg, LJ
- Vrijheid van meningsuiting en godsdienst versus het non-discriminatiebeginsel / Van Schaik, F
Three contributions on divergent themes appear in this issue:
The constitutional limits to the growing volume of discretionary subordinate legislative authority of the South African executive are considered, with comparative references, in the article (in Afrikaans) of Van Rensburg.
Van Schaik addresses the manner in which the pervasive tension between the freedom of expression and the prohibition of racial discrimination is dealt with in the law of the Netherlands, with special reference to the implementation of the Convention on the Eradication of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. This article is in Dutch.
The purpose of Schutte's article, written in Afrikaans, is to ascertain whether the distinction between the obligatory agreement, delivery of the thing concerned or registration, and the real agreement, as elements of the transfer of ownership, stems from Roman law or whether it emanated from the vulgar law.
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(2000)A certain tension between freedom of expression and the proscription of discrimination is present in post World War II international law. This tension is dealt with differently in different jurisdictions. This contribution ...
(2000)This article focuses on the nature of legislative discretions in the hands of the executive authority of the state. Relevant concepts are analysed, followed by an exposition of the position regarding delegation of ...
(2000)It is generally accepted that an abstract system is applied in South Africa with regard to the transfer of ownership. It is a characteristic of the abstract system that the different legal acts which form part of the ...