Texts : The principal English-language works on Conflict of Laws and the law of Delict (Tort) in Southern Africa are listed in the table of principal works cited and abbreviations, marked with an asterisk (*). Relevant general works on the law and legal system of Southern Africa include H. R. Hahlo & E. Kahn, The Union of South Africa: The Development of its Laws and Constitution ( London: Stevens, 1960); W. J. Hosten , A. B. Edwards, C. Nathan & F. Bosman, Introduction to South African Law and Legal Theory (rev. ed. Durban: Butterworths, 1980); R. W. Lee , An Introduction to Roman-Dutch Law (5th ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1953); R. W. Lee & A. M. Honoré, The South African Law of Obligations (2d ed. Durban: Butterworths, 1978); A. F.S. Maasdorp, The Institutes of South African Law, Volume 4 (8th ed. Cape Town: Juta, 1972); G. Wille, Principles of South African Law (7th ed. Cape Town: Juta, 1977); and a multi-volume encyclopedia, The Law of South Africa ( Durban: Butterworths, annual supplements).
Periodical literature : Southern African law journals cited in this book are listed in the table of principal works cited and abbreviations. Other contemporary journals include Codicillus, De Jure, Fakulteitslesings, Lesotho Law Journal, Meditationes Medii, Natal University Law and Society Review (successor to Natal University Law Review), Responsa Meridiana, Speculum Juris, Tydskrif vir Regswetenskap (Journal for Juridical Science), and Zimbabwe Law Review (successor to Zimbabwe Law Journal). Specialised journals include Industrial Law Journal, Modern Business Law, South African Company Law Journal, South African Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, South African Journal on Human Rights, South African Tax Journal, South African Yearbook of International Law, and Taxpayer. Journal commentaries in English on the cases and statutes discussed in this book are cited in the footnotes. The citations can be located by use of the tables of cases and statutes.
Law Reports : Southern African law reports published since 1947 are listed in the table of principal works cited and abbreviations. The SouthAfrican Law Reports