Tag Archives: Case Law

Case Law: Actio De Ferris

The ‘actio de ferris’ rule originated during the time of the Roman Republic when wild or dangerous animals were brought into a public place where it was prohibited to do so. The motive of this action was based on ownership … Continue reading

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Case Law: Traffic Light Intersections (2)

Robot controlled intersections The second in our new Series of Case Studies setting out the different scenarios in Motor Vehicle Accidents backed by Case Law… Case Law: AA vs Mantji 1980 (1) SA 655 (A)   Facts: X was driving his motorcycle … Continue reading

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Case Law: Traffic Light Intersections (1)

Robot controlled intersections The first in our new Series of Case Studies setting out the different scenarios in Motor Vehicle Accidents backed by Case Law… Case Study: Y approaches the intersection, the traffic light changes to green in his favour, he … Continue reading

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