Contract Law

Your Rights in terms of the Consumer Protection Act

The Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (“CPA”) entitles you, as the consumer, to protect and enforce your rights. As a way of marketing their products, some suppliers supply potential consumers with samples to ‘test’ at home.  In some instances, this piques the consumers’ interest and nudges them toward buying the particular product.  However, there are times where a sample product differs [...]

By | 10th April, 2019|Consumer Law, Contract Law, PPM Attorneys|

SHOULD YOU INCLUDE AN ARBITRATION CLAUSE IN YOUR CONTRACTS?

“Any dispute arising from or in connection with this Contract shall be finally resolved in accordance with the Rules of the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa by an arbitrator appointed by the Foundation.” Many contracts or agreements contain this clause, which makes it necessary for a matter be resolved through arbitration rather than be litigated in a court.  Regrettably, these [...]

By | 19th March, 2019|Arbitration, Commercial Law, Contract Law, PPM Attorneys|

Do not click on that link – it might be a phishing email

Many people have been swindled out of their hard-earned money due to lack of information on fraud.  On a daily basis, fraudsters prowl the internet in search of their next victim. Do not become the next victim!  The rule of thumb is “if an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is.” Joe received an email on his [...]

By | 8th February, 2019|Consumer Law, Contract Law, Cybersecurity, Information Security, PPM Attorneys|

From crypto currency to crypto contracts

Soon, paying legal fees for a solid, watertight contract will be a thing of the past.  Traditional contracts, painstakingly reviewed by tired eyes for the seventh time, are so 2017.  Smart contracts are the future, and with the rapid development of this technology, it may happen sooner than we think. What are smart contracts? Smart contracts use certain coding and [...]

By | 12th April, 2018|Contract Law, Technology Law|