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Co-trusteeship and the joint- action rule in South African trust law
This article examines the fundamental rule of South African trust law that co-trustees must always act jointly in regard to trust administration. It highlights the rule's foundation, but also contextualizes some of the ...
Trust deeds as ‘constitutive charters’ and the variation of trust provisions: a South African perspective
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
In this article, I assess the constitutive status accorded to trust deeds in Potgieter v Potgieter and Pascoal v Wurdeman, two recent South African judgments on trust variation. In particular, I analyse judicial condemnation ...
Criticism of the testamentary undue influence doctrine in the United States: lessons for South Africa?
(Lousiana State University Law Center, 2013)
This article analyzes undue influence in the South African law of wills in light of scholarly criticism of the testamentary undue influence doctrine in the United States. The Article assesses particularly whether the ...