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European and American perspectives on the choice of law regarding cross–border insolvencies of multinational corporations
(North-West University, 2011)
An increase in economic globalisation and international trade the past two decades has amounted to an increase in the number of multinational enterprises that conduct business, own assets and have debt in various jurisdictions ...
'n Vergelyking van die oorgrens–insolvensiewetgewing van Suid–Afrika met die van die Verenigde State van Amerika
(North-West University, 2012)
Due to economic globalisation and integration, as well as the global economic downturn since 2008, the appearance of cross-border insolvencies have increased dramatically. This increase in cross-border insolvencies has led ...
Interrogation proceedings in insolvency law: a comparative study
(North-West University (South Africa), 2019)
Interrogation proceedings in insolvency circumstances have always been a thorny issue in South Africa, even prior to the advent of the new constitutional democracy. After the adoption of the new Constitution in 1993, a ...
Property in virtual worlds and insolvency
(North-West University (South Africa), 2018)
These days, it is common for people to buy goods that only exist in cyberspace. These items have been dubbed "virtual property" by many academics, although the notion of virtual property has not been expressly accepted or ...