Day Seminar: Credit and the Constitution – The Opperman case

Posted by on 7 June 2013 in Announcements, Event reports | No Comments

The South African Research Chair in Property Law, Stellenbosch University (SARCPL) is proud to announce that it will host a Day Seminar on “Credit and the Constitution”. The focus will be on the National Credit Act and constitutional property law, especially with regard to the implications of the recent Constitutional Court judgment of National Credit Regulator v Opperman.

The seminar will take place at, and in collaboration with, the University of South Africa (Unisa) in Pretoria on 29 October 2013 (venue to be confirmed). The seminar will consist of two formal lectures (by Prof Corlia van Heerden (UP) and Dr Reghard Brits (US) respectively), followed by a panel discussion. The panel will include, amongst others, Prof André Boraine (UP) and Prof Michelle Kelly-Louw (Unisa). The seminar will be open to all who are interested and more details will be provided as the arrangements are finalised.

To RSVP, and for more information, please contact Ms Sonja van Niekerk () or Dr Reghard Brits ().

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