Law of Persons 5th edition
The South African Law of Persons provides law students with a thorough understanding of the principles of the law of persons. In a concise and comprehensive manner, the publication includes discussion of the im
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The South African Law of Persons provides law students with a thorough understanding of the principles of the law of persons. In a concise and comprehensive manner, the publication includes discussion of the implications of the constitutional principles of the law of persons.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - The concept legal subject
Chapter 2: - The beginning and end of legal personality
Chapter 3: - Status
Chapter 4: - Domicile
Chapter 5: - Children born of unmarried parents
Chapter 6: - Minority
Chapter 7: - Mental illness
Chapter 8: - Inability to manage own affairs
Chapter 9: - Influence of alcohol and drugs
Chapter 10: - Prodigality
Chapter 11: - Insolvency
- Table of cases
- Table of statutes