This is the first major text on the topic of Southern African Law written for use in common law countries. The book identifies judgments in Southern African courts that are significant for their treatment of conflicts and tort issues and can serve as authorities or models in common law jurisdictions. The most important legislative reforms in related subjects are also described. This text provides lawyers in common law countries access to the Southern African cases and statutes most pertinent to questions of conflict laws and torts that arise in common law jurisdiction.
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