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Notes from the conference

The authors of the draft papers / abstracts and slides linked below did not object to us putting these on the web, but mostly asked that they be marked and treated as drafts:

The Application of the National Credit Act on Sequestration Applications - Boraine & Van Heerden
Draft / Slides


Nedbank v Motaung and the interpretation of section 86(2) under the magnifying glass - Smit
Draft / Slides


The in duplum rule: relief from consumers of excessively-priced small credit legitimised by the National Credit Act - Campbell
Draft / Slides


Debt Counseling and the Courts: What is in it for the consumer? - Mphahlele
Slides


Is there Life after death? A look at section 85 of the National Credit Act - Kreuser
Draft / Slides


The Prevention of Over-Indebtedness: The Problem of Interest and the Islamic Response - Swartz
Draft / Slides


An Overview of the NCR's Research, Awareness and Education Activities as Part of Executing its Mandate - Motshegare
Slides


Regulatory Failure and the Race to the Bottom in U.S. Mortgage Lending Standards - McCoy
Slides


The Consumer Indebtedness Crises: What can Law Schools do? - Maisel & Roman
Draft / Slides


Treating customers fairly - A new model for market conduct regulation in consumer credit? - Hawkins
Slides


Disclosure as an Indirect Measure Aimed at Preventing Overindebtedness - Stoop
Draft / Slides


Measures in South African Consumer Credit Legislation aimed at the Prevention of Reckless Lending and Overindebtedness: An Overview Against the Background of Recent Developments in the European Union - Renke
Draft / Slides


A critical examination of the role that the National Consumer Tribunal plays in debt relief with suggestions for reform - Woker
Draft / Slides


Retrospective Evaluation of the Legal and Regulatory Landscape of the Financial Sector - Lawack-Davids
Slides