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South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights

Publication Language: English

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Published: April 01, 2005
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409062700
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South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights is a commentary work available in print looseleaf and online

The South African Bill of Rights is outward-looking and requires practitioners to refer to comparative jurisprudence. The judgments of the Constitutional Court abound with references to cases from such diverse legal systems as those of the United States of America, Canada, India, Germany, and the European Court of Human Rights.Originally written by an eminent panel of jurists, legal practitioners and academics; South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights will keep you abreast of developments in international and South African constitutional law, by providing detailed commentary on the Bill of Rights. The publication is now regularly updated by Judge Davis and Professor Cheadle.

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Table of contents

Commentary -

Chapter 1 - Structure of the Bill of Rights

Chapter 2 - Rights

Chapter 3 - Application

Chapter 4 - Equality

Chapter 5 - Dignity

Chapter 6 - Life

Chapter 7 - Freedom and Security of the Person

Chapter 8 - Slavery, Servitude and Forced Labour

Chapter 9 - Privacy

Chapter 10 - Religion, Belief and Opinion

Chapter 11 - Freedom of Expression

Chapter 12 - Assembly

Chapter 13 - Freedom of Association

Chapter 14 - Political Rights

Chapter 15 - Citizens' Rights

Chapter 16 - Residence and Movement

Chapter 17 - Economic Activity Rights

Chapter 18 - Labour Relations

Chapter 19 - The Environmental Right

Chapter 20 - Property

Chapter 21 - Housing

Chapter 22 - Health

Chapter 23 - Children

Chapter 24 - Education

Chapter 25 - Language and Culture

Chapter 26 - Access to Information

Chapter 27 - Administrative Justice

Chapter 28 - Access to Courts

Chapter 29 - Arrested, Detained and Accused Persons

Chapter 30 - Limitation of Rights

Chapter 31 - States of Emergency

Chapter 32 - Enforcement of Rights

Chapter 33 - Interpretation of the Bill of Rights