Kruger: The law of Persons in South Africa:Oxford:2010:

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The Law of Persons in South Africa 2e offers a clear and accessible introduction to the principles of the law of persons. The text is thoroughly updated to reflect common law developments within the field. The second edition introduces a focus on transformative constitutionalism, as it relates to status, together with a more integral and expanded synthesis of common law and African customary law. Where relevant, aspects of legal ethics, social justice, problem solving and comparative law are foregrounded, at the appropriate level, and critical, reflective and skills-based development is supported by the text’s unique pedagogical design. The text is directed at undergraduate modules in the law of persons, within the LLB degree programme. New to this edition: The text and features are updated, to reflect legal developments that have occurred within the recent period; The second edition includes a new chapter addressing transformative constitutionalism, as it relates to status; The second edition reflects a more integral and expanded synthesis of common law and African customary law, throughout; Material relating to surrogacy and curatorship now reflects additional substantive matter, to support comprehension of the material; Where relevant, legal ethics, social justice, problem solving and comparative aspects of law are foregrounded, at the appropriate level; The text’s unique pedagogical design strengthens the development of readers’ skills in critical and reflective engagement with the subject matter; To support educational outcomes, teaching and learning material is enriched and expanded.

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The Law of Persons in South Africa 2e offers a clear and accessible introduction to the principles of the law of persons. The text is thoroughly updated to reflect common law developments within the field. The second edition introduces a focus on transformative constitutionalism, as it relates to status, together with a more integral and expanded synthesis of common law and African customary law. Where relevant, aspects of legal ethics, social justice, problem solving and comparative law are foregrounded, at the appropriate level, and critical, reflective and skills-based development is supported by the text’s unique pedagogical design. The text is directed at undergraduate modules in the law of persons, within the LLB degree programme. New to this edition: The text and features are updated, to reflect legal developments that have occurred within the recent period; The second edition includes a new chapter addressing transformative constitutionalism, as it relates to status; The second edition reflects a more integral and expanded synthesis of common law and African customary law, throughout; Material relating to surrogacy and curatorship now reflects additional substantive matter, to support comprehension of the material; Where relevant, legal ethics, social justice, problem solving and comparative aspects of law are foregrounded, at the appropriate level; The text’s unique pedagogical design strengthens the development of readers’ skills in critical and reflective engagement with the subject matter; To support educational outcomes, teaching and learning material is enriched and expanded.

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