Monthly Archives: June 2016

Contract Law – Obiter Dicta

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Contract Law – Obiter Dicta What is said by a court, by way of statements of law which go beyond the requirements of the specific case and which lay down a rule that is irrelevant or unnecessary for the purpose in hand, are called obiter dicta. “Obiter dicta” literally translates as “things said by the […]

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Due Diligence

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Due Diligence This is a term more usually associated with financial transactions, such as business acquisitions. It is unthinkable that anyone would purchase a business without conducting due diligence. Due diligence may be defined as: Due diligence serves to confirm all the material facts with regard to a tender for the provision of goods or […]

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