Browsing Public Law by UP Author "Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- )"

Browsing Public Law by UP Author "Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- )"

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  • Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ); Murcott, Melanie (Juta Law, 2013)
    Administrative law-related cases in 2013 produced developments relating to two general issues: the relationship between the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000 (‘PAJA’) and legality; and the relationship ...
  • Van Marle, Karin; Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ) (Juta Law, 2013)
    In this article the authors consider a central characteristic of Frank Michelman's body of scholarship: his tendency to develop his ideas from an unexpected or non-obvious angle - in short, his tendency to think, reflect ...
  • Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ) (The Verloren van Themaat Centre for Public Law Studies, UNISA, 2010)
    The central theme of Albie Sachs's most recent book, The strange alchemy of law and life, is that law and life are not separate, but intertwined. In the book he takes readers on an excursus through his colourful life until ...
  • Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ) (Juta Law, 2011)
    In this article I evaluate the manner in which South African courts have chosen to deal with the range of institutional problems (problems with institutional capacity, legitimacy, integrity and security, as well as ...
  • Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ) (Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2014)
    Die Reg en die Stad: Om Armes op die Marge te Hou In hierdie artikel ontleed ek die Tswelopele beslissing van die Hoogste Hof van Appèl en die Schubart Park beslissing van die Grondwetlike Hof ten einde sommige van die ...
  • Brand, J.F.D. (Jacobus Frederick Daniel, 1968- ); De Beer, Stephan F.; De Villiers, Isolde; Van Marle, Karin (Juta Law, 2013)
    The title and thus broad framing of this article is "poverty as injustice". The implicit other side of the claim "poverty as injustice" is that justice would mean the absence of poverty. Our contention is that the understanding ...