Handbook of the South African Law of Maintenance
Handbook of South African Law of Maintenance is a concise exposition of the common law and statutory provisions relating to the law of maintenance. This handbook is suitable for practitioners and justice offici
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Handbook of South African Law of Maintenance is a concise exposition of the common law and statutory provisions relating to the law of maintenance. This handbook is suitable for practitioners and justice officials as a ready reference to every aspect of maintenance law
This new edition brings the law on Child Maintenance thoroughly up to date including recent legislation (such as the Maintenance Amendment Act 9 of 2015.) The publication targets all those working in the area of Child Maintenance - in the courts and in practice.
Table of contents
Spousal maintenance after divorce
Waiver, rescission, variation and suspension of maintenance orders
Interim maintenance pendente lite (pending the suit)
Enforcement of the duty of support
Legislation for the enforcement of the duty of support
Maintenance courts, court officers and maintenance orders
Orders under the Maintenance Act
Enforcement at civil and criminal law
General and supplementary provisions in the Maintenance Act
Methods of enforcement outside the Children's Act and the Maintenance Act