If you are one of those people who made a decision to invest in property (currently known as Buy -to –Rent) you have to realise that there are a few things you need to know. The writer personally is invested in property and believes that it will always be the best avenue toward retirement.
Most litigation attorneys would, by now,be all too familiar with the Prevention of Illegal Eviction Act (or PIE). The act provides sufficient protection for lessors of property in that it provides a clear guideline for eviction procedures. As with all legislation it has had its fair share of criticism over the years, however it has been streamlined in many instances so as to provide a clear indication of what is expected from attorneys when approaching a court for the required relief.
In a recent seminar hosted by the Law Society of the Northern Provinces, the distinction between a claim for personal injuries and a claim for medical negligence was highlighted. Particular emphasis was placed on the distinction between the process of litigation as well as the assessment of quantum and liability between the two. The seminar produced three substantial differences: