The enforceability of restraint agreements is the central theme of Agreements in Restraint of Trade in South African Law.
In addition to examining all aspects of restraints through decided cases, this title deals specifically with restraints in the franchise and estate-agency fields and looks at the tax implications of agreements in restraint of trade. It is updated through an annual service issue.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Agreements in restraint of trade
Chapter 2 - Background
Chapter 3 - Magna Alloys and Research (SA) (Pty) Ltd v Ellis
Chapter 4 - Leading cases after Magna Alloys
Chapter 5 - The incidence of the onus
Chapter 6 - Reasonableness and public policy
Chapter 7 - Protectable interests
Chapter 8 - Severance and partial enforcement
Chapter 9 - Termination of employment €œfor any reason whatsoever€?
Chapter 10 - The parties to a restraint agreement: equality of bargaining power
Chapter 11 - Time for determining the reasonableness of a restraint
Chapter 12 - Franchises and estate agencies
Chapter 13 - Income tax implications of restraints
Chapter 14 - Constitutional considerations
Chapter 15 - Miscellaneous considerations
- Draft clauses
- Excerpts from cases