The Liquidation Process

The Liquidation Process

Liquidation is a process by which a company’s assets are sold in order to pay off its debts and to distribute any remaining funds to the company’s shareholders.

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POPIA

POPIA

The Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPIA) is a South African law that regulates the processing of personal information by public and private bodies.

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Section 33 and PAJA

Section 33 and PAJA

Promote transparency, accountability, and fairness in the decision-making process of government bodies and officials, and have had a significant influence on administrative law in South Africa.

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POPIA and PAIA

POPIA and PAIA

POPIA and PAIA are both important pieces of legislation that deal with different aspects of information protection and access.

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PIE Act

PIE Act

The Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of 1998 is a South African law that regulates the eviction of unlawful occupiers from land.

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Key Acts

Key Acts

These acts work together to provide a legal framework for procurement in South Africa, and it is important for procurement professionals to be familiar with them in order to ensure compliance with the law.

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Interim Interdict

Interim Interdict

It is important to note that an interim interdict is temporary and is granted pending the final determination of the review application.

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