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Having A Claim For Loss Of Support No Longer Means Having To Say "I Do"
On 23 November 2018, Judge Collis of the Gauteng Provincial Division showed again, how progressive the South African judicial system can be.
South Africa
3 Jan 2019
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Lawyers' Liability – MOJ Software Glitch – Financial Provision On Divorce – Our Initial Thoughts
The issue only relates to divorcing couples who used the Ministry of Justice's online version of the form: if a paper or other electronic version was used, the figures should have been correctly calculated.
UK
30 Dec 2015
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Historic Abuse: Who Is Liable For Abusive Foster Parents?
Should a local authority be held liable for the abuse suffered by a child it placed into foster care?
UK
2 Dec 2015
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Single Family Offices - What Is A Family Office?
A family office is an organisation that serves the interest of a family or a number of families.
United Arab Emirates
11 May 2015
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Statutory Paternity Leave Legislation
At the end of last year, the Legislative Council passed the long-awaited Employment Amendment Bill 2014, granting three days' paid paternity leave to eligible employees.
Hong Kong
30 Mar 2015
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Family Businesses And Corporate Governance In The Middle East
The challenges faced by family businesses have increased significantly due to a number of factors: increased competition, a global economy that is going through turmoil, reduced or more expensive credit facilities, the call for greater transparency and, in some countries, greater regulation.
Worldwide
4 Dec 2012
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Family Businesses And Succession Planning - A Middle East Perspective
The family business is one of the most dominant and enduring forms of business organisations in the world.
United Arab Emirates
11 Jul 2012
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