The Law of Third Party Compensation
After the publication of the first edition, the Road Accident Fund Commission Report was tabled in 2002. Added to this, the Road Accident Fund Amendment Act of 2005 was promulgated, and came into operation on 1
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After the publication of the first edition, the Road Accident Fund Commission Report was tabled in 2002. Added to this, the Road Accident Fund Amendment Act of 2005 was promulgated, and came into operation on 1 August 2008.
The RAFAA promoted a revision and led to the writing of the third edition of this work.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2: - Basis of claims, liability and requirements for liability: Identified claims
Chapter 3 - Requirements for liability: Hit-and-run cases (unidentified motor vehicles)
Chapter 4 - Exclusion of liability
Chapter 5 - Assessment of damage
Chapter 6 - Restriction of recoverable damage
Chapter 7 - Prescription
Chapter 8 - Handling of claims
Chapter 9 - Recourse of the Road Accident Fund
Chapter 10 - Administration
Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1996
Regulations in terms of the Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1996
Schedule of general damages