Monthly Archives: August 2010

Mandate (or doing something for nothing…)

"Agent" is a slippery word.  Sometimes it means that a representative has been appointed to perform a legal act, and that legal consequences are intended.  At other times a less formal, more limited relationship may have been intended by the … Continue reading

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Presentation on Company Law Reform in South Africa – Professor Irene-Marie Esser

The Edinburgh Centre for Commercial Law was delighted to welcome Professor Irene-Marie Esser to Edinburgh Law School on the 2nd of August 2010. Irene-Marie Esser is a Professor at the University of South Africa (UNISA) and lectures in Entrepreneurial Law, … Continue reading

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