M'lud does not concur


M'lud does not concur

Enlightening and entertaining excerpts from a recent judgment by Judge Nigel Willis, of strange bedfellows forced into unnatural relationships. The case related to various complicated contracts concluded in relation to the construction of a new high-security prison in Makhado, and to the applicant's right to withdraw the money held in a particular bank account.

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Submitted by : Andrea Beierle of Greylingstad on 2013-05-29 11:16:15
Taking the mickey out of it this way is laudable and unusual. We should have more of those judgments.
 
Submitted by : Martin Foster of Lyttelton Post Office on 2013-05-24 20:21:06
Most enlightening - Without pretending to understand the complexities I feel a whole lot lighter and am pleased that Nigel Willis is being appointed to the Supreme Court of Appeal. Congratulations To the Judge.

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