Evidentiary breath alcohol testing: A new era for South Africa's drunk drivers. Evidentiary Breach Alcohol Testing (EBAT) was officially reintroduced in the Western Cape on the 1 August 2016. A quick Google search will reveal that not much, in South Africa at least, is known about the new method of breath testing and its capability of leading to a successful conviction.
My insurance company has refused to pay out a claim due to myself as they say I have failed to disclose material facts and provided false information when I took out the insurance. What are material facts? And are the insurers correct by law in refusing to pay out a claim? Material facts: This is considered information that could affect the insurer’s decision, whether or not to enter into the contract of insurance or to charge a higher premium
Surrogacy in South Africa is regulated by Chapter 19 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 and defines a ‘surrogate mother’ as an adult woman who enters into a surrogate motherhood agreement with the commissioning parent. Like any other agreement, there are several requirements that need to be satisfied for the agreement to be valid.