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South African Family Law 4th Ed– LexisNexis, 2015

Updated: Jan 8

Heaton, Jacqueline and Kruger,H. South African Family Law 4th Ed– LexisNexis, 2015.

ISBN: 9780409120592


Publisher’s Description: “South African Family Law provides law students and practitioners with a thorough understanding of the principles of family law. In a concise manner, the publication also includes discussion of the implications of the Constitution for Family Law.”


Table of contents

PART 1: - Civil marriages

1 - Introduction

2 - The engagement

3 - The legal requirements for a civil marriage

4 - Void, voidable and putative civil marriages

5 - The invariable consequences of civil marriage

6 - The variable consequences of civil marriage

7 - The variable consequences of civil marriage

8 - Alteration of the matrimonial property system

9 - Dissolution of a civil marriage - General

10 - Dissolution of a civil marriage by death

11 - The grounds for divorce

12 - Patrimonial consequences of divorce

13 - Maintenance of a spouse after divorce

14 - The interests of the children of divorcing parents

15 - Miscellaneous matters regarding divorce


PART 2: - Civil unions

16 - Civil unions


PART 3: - Customary marriages


17 - Customary marriages


PART 4: - Muslim and Hindu marriages

18 - Muslim marriages

19 - Hindu marriages


PART 5: - Life partnerships

20 - Life partnerships


PART 6: - Domestic violence

21 - Domestic violence


PART 7: - The responsibilities and rights of parents and children


22 - Children's rights

23 - Parental responsibilities and rights

24 - The duty of support in respect of a child


PART 8: - Guardianship and curatorship


25 - Guardianship and curatorship


Price: R1014.00 including VAT, excluding delivery.


The publication can be ordered from the Lexinfo Book Supply Service by sending an email to books@lexinfo.co.za


Posted: 29 August 2023

Updated: 8 January 2024



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