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24 February 2017
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29 Jan 2016
 
 
Deceased Estates – Should you use co-executors to wind-up a deceased estate?
KIRITH HARIA ATTORNEYS
In a recent case, I assisted a client with a deceased estate in which there are two co-executors. My client is one of two co-executors in the estate of his late father. The other co-executor is the...
 
 
09 Nov 2015
 
Arbitrations and Class Actions – Lessons from Abroad
KIRITH HARIA ATTORNEYS
The Arbitration Act Number 42 of 1965 (“Arbitration Act”) regulates arbitrations stemming from a written agreement. This is not new law and many contracts have arbitration clauses. The New York...
 
 
21 Oct 2015
 
Deceased Estates – What is an executor?
KIRITH HARIA ATTORNEYS
An executor is a person who is appointed by the Master of the High Court (the “Master”) after he/she has considered the nomination of that person. The Master will issue a Letter of Executorship...
 
 
12 Oct 2015
 
 
 
Deceased Estates: An Introduction
KH ATTORNEYS
Every person has an estate that consists of the assets and liabilities that have accrued to a person during his/her lifetime. When a person dies, his/her estate must be wound-up and the assets must...
 
 
 
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