CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 7EDN
This book can be used in two separate semester courses, namely Part 1: Introduction to Constitutional Law in a semester course in which constitutional law in general is covered, and Part 2: The Bill of Rights i
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This book can be used in two separate semester courses, namely Part 1: Introduction to Constitutional Law in a semester course in which constitutional law in general is covered, and Part 2: The Bill of Rights in a semester course in which the South African Bill of Rights is covered.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - Law, state and individual
Chapter 2: - Historical overview
Chapter 3: - Sources of constitutional law
Chapter 4: - Community of people €“ citizens and foreigners
Chapter 5: - Territory
Chapter 6: - Government authority
Chapter 7: - Legal system, legal personality, symbols and official languages
Chapter 8: - National legislative authority
Chapter 9: - National executive authority
Chapter 10: - Judicial authority
Chapter 11: - Provincial government
Chapter 12: - Local government
Chapter 13: - Application, interpretation, enforcement
Chapter 14: - Interpretation of legislation and development of common law and customary law
Chapter 15: - Protected persons and institutions
Chapter 16: - Duties and protected conduct and interests
Chapter 17: - Binding effect of the bill of rights
Chapter 18: - The limitation of rights
Chapter 19: - Equality
Chapter 20: - Human dignity €“ Life
Chapter 21: - Personal freedom and security €“ Slavery, servitude and forced labour €“ Movement
Chapter 22: - Privacy €“ Religion, belief and opinion
Chapter 23: - Expression €“ Assembly €“ Association €“ Political rights €“ Citizenship
Chapter 24: - Trade, occupation and profession €“ Labour €“ Environment €“ Property
Chapter 25: - Housing, health care, food, water and social security €“ Children €“ Education €“ Language and culture
Chapter 26: - Information €“ Administrative action
Chapter 27: - Access to courts €“ Criminal Procedure €“ The right to enforce the bill of rights