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Vicarious Liability: Insurance Implications For Deliberate Actions Of Employees
While employers get to enjoy the benefit of the profits resulting from the deeds of their employees, they also create the risk of harm to others through the actions of their employees...
South Africa
19 Nov 2019
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Two Recent Decisions On Policy Interpretation: The Interpretative Process Is A Unitary Process
The interpretation of insurance policies is one of the most often litigated aspects of insurance law.
South Africa
2 Oct 2019
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Uganda Insurance Regulatory Authority Clarifies New Bancassurance Guidelines
The Ugandan Insurance Regulatory Authority ("IRA") has released clarification on its recently published bancassurance guidelines.
Uganda
23 Nov 2017
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New Uganda Insurance Act To Overhaul Industry
The Insurance Act, 2017 (the "Act") has recently been enacted to reform the law governing insurance in Uganda.
South Africa
27 Sep 2017
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New Regulations Allow For Bancassurance In Uganda
Bancassurance refers to an arrangement where an insurance company uses a bank's sales channels to sell insurance products.
Uganda
29 Aug 2017
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South African Supreme Court Of Appeal Sends Prescription Defence Packing
Once legal proceedings relating to a debt have started, does the subsequent substitution of one of the parties affect the prescription period for the debt?
South Africa
10 May 2017
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Pitfalls Arising From The Financial Provision For Mining Rehabilitation
Mining companies generally make financial provision for rehabilitation by virtue of rehabilitation trusts or financial guarantees through a financial institution or insurance policies.
South Africa
22 Oct 2014
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Is a Living Annuity an Annuity?
A far-reaching judgment was recently given by the Cape Tax Court dealing with the fiscal consequences of a taxpayer acquiring a so-called living annuity. In particular, the taxpayer invested an amount of approximately R6million into a life annuity which gave him an initial guaranteed income of approximately R42 000 per month. These amounts could be revised annually at the insistence of the taxpayer, subject to the taxpayer being limited to directing the insurer to pay amounts equal to not less
South Africa
1 Nov 2005
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