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This book reflects the legislative change and consequent changes in common law that fundamentally affect the law of persons, in particular the Children's Act of 2007 and the application of the constitution.
Ann Skelton, University of Pretoria, Hannaretha Kruger, University of South AfricaMarita Carnelly, University of Kwa-Zulu NatalRobbie Robinson, North-West University, Sonia Human, Rhodes UniversityLesala Mofokeng, University of Kwa-Zulu NatalJohan Scott, University of Pretoria
PART A - LEGAL SUBJECTIVITY; PART B - STATUS: THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE IT; - RAPE AND INCEST; - SURROGACY AND AID; - ADOPTION; - INFANTS; - MINORS; - EMANCIPATION
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