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Posts tagged with ‘Consumer Protection’

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    Overbooking – Not Leaving On That Jet Plane After All

    In recent news a passenger was forcibly removed from an overbooked United Airlines flight in order to...

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    Wear and tear on vehicles

    Most consumers are aware of their rights in terms of Section 55 of the Consumer Protection...

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    Reasons why an online business needs customised terms and conditions

    Having terms and conditions as well as a return policy on a company’s website is an aspect...

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    Retired employees, severance pay and retrenchment – how do these factors mix for business owners?

      Budget cuts, tightening belts and ultimately, retrenchments of employees seems to be standard practice in...

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    Gross negligence warrants dismissal

    Often times the decision-makers in matters that revolve around extreme degrees of negligence committed by employees,...

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    The Consumer Protection Act on the ‘voetstoots’ clause

    Traditionally the all-encompassing safety net of the ‘voetstoots’ clause meant that goods were purchased “as is”...

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    POPI compliance in private and public sectors

    It is clear, with the enactment of the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) legislation, that businesses...

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