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The law and practice of criminal asset forfeiture in South African criminal procedure: a constitutional dilemma
The deprivation of the proceeds of crime has been a feature of criminal law for many years. The original rationale for the confiscation of criminal assets at international level was the fight against organised crime, a ...
To be or not to be? The role of private enquiries in the South African insolvency law
This article analyses the role of the so-called private examinations in our South African insolvency law and deals with the question of whether or not section 417 of the Insolvency Act (Act 24 of 1936) is adequately and ...