The growing sophistication of South African private international law has become more evident in the years since the last edition. The Supreme Court of Appeal has delivered several important judgments which have had significant impacts on the law. Peregrines are now more readily subject to South Africa jurisdiction in several ways, and foreign judgments are now more readily enforced in South Africa. The problems of choice of law have not been neglected by the courts. The fundamental problem of characterization has been addressed by a perceptive and valuable judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal, and there have been thoughtful judgments on many other areas including, for the first time, on choice of law in delict.
|Title||Private International Law|
|Country of Publication||South Africa|
|Institutions||University of Pretoria, North West University, UNISA|
|Course Codes||IPR410, IURE421|