Law and Practice of Interdicts, The


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702173097
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 405 Pages
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  • Category: Civil Procedure

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The Law and Practice of Interdicts is the successor to Interlocutory Interdicts (1993) by the same author. This publication serves as a comprehensive resource book on interdicts. Part I provides an updated version of Interlocutory Interdicts which deals with the nature, history and development of interdictal applications in South Africa, including a useful comparison of the English and South African law on the subject. Part II deals with the practice and procedure of interdicts.

Part A: The requirements of the law of interdicts

  • The nature and scope of the remedy
  • The final interdict
  • The interlocutory interdict
  • A comparative study of English law and South African law
Part B: Practice
  • Practice and procedure
  • The court’s discretion
  • Urgency
  • Jurisdiction
  • Locus standi
  • Discharge, referral and variation of interdictory orders
  • Appeals
  • Costs

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  • Researchers
  • Legal practitioners

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The Law and Practice of Interdicts is the successor to Interlocutory Interdicts (1993) by the same author. This publication serves as a comprehensive resource book on interdicts. Part I provides an updated version of Interlocutory Interdicts which deals with the nature, history and development of interdictal applications in South Africa, including a useful comparison of the English and South African law on the subject. Part II deals with the practice and procedure of interdicts.

Part A: The requirements of the law of interdicts

  • The nature and scope of the remedy
  • The final interdict
  • The interlocutory interdict
  • A comparative study of English law and South African law
Part B: Practice
  • Practice and procedure
  • The court’s discretion
  • Urgency
  • Jurisdiction
  • Locus standi
  • Discharge, referral and variation of interdictory orders
  • Appeals
  • Costs

  • Academics
  • Libraries
  • Researchers
  • Legal practitioners

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