Fontes Juris - Law Books

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Fontes Juris (Pty) Ltd is a publisher of South African legal works since 1969.
Below are some publications currently available from Fontes Juris.

  Guide to Cases on the Constitution 1996


Edition 1 2018, by Klara Cronje & Frederik R van Dyk

The Text of the Constitution, as 17 times amended; 11 000+ Case references to the Constitution; Rules of the Constitutional Court noted by the cases; and a Word Index to the Constitution. 346 pages. Price R 600.00. See more

  Harm by Animals

HARM BY ANIMALS, Edition 2 2017, by JF Uys

The FIRST book to cover the whole of this confusing branch of South African law. It deals with DAMAGES CLAIMS for harm by animals, whether caused by the fault of the animal's owner or its controller. It has chapters on the History of the law; the 152 animal harm Cases to 2017; Fault; Pauperie; Depasturing; Criminal Harm; and Pleadings. 420 Pages. Price R1 500.00. See more

  Legal Literature

LEGAL LITERATURE Noted by the Cases

Edition 2 2013, by JF Uys

Being Part 3 (in 3 volumes) of the Fontes Juris series The Sources of South African Law. 103 000 References to 9 300 legal books and articles quoted by SA judges 1828-2013. It lists authors, titles, editions, pages and paragraphs. Purchasers will have access to the Index to Titles on the Internet. 1940 pages. Price R2 500.00. See more

  Water Law of South Africa

WATER LAW of South Africa 1912-1998 on CD

Edition 1 2007, by Maritza Uys

This searchable CD contains the water law Legislation and the full texts of the 386 water law Judgments given during that period. With notes, commentaries and indexes. The eqivalent of ±4500 printed pages. PLUS a printed booklet with summaries of the cases. Price R1 250.00. See more



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