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By Noelle Snyman (Candidate Attorney at Hayes Incorporated)
By Sheree du Preez (Associate at Hayes Incorporated) REALISATION OF ESTATE ASSETS AND THE MANNER AND CONDITIONS OF SALE Introduction In this article we address the obligations of the executor and the rights of the heirs in an instance where estate assets, specifically immovable property in the deceased estate, have to be sold by the…
By Amy Farish (Associate at Themis Law Chambers) MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: THE APPLICATION OF THE TAKEOVER REGULATIONS Introduction Company A enters into a sale of shares agreement with Company B where by Company A purchases 40% of the shareholding in Company C.