Monthly Archives: November 2017

When Your Lease isn’t a “Lease”: Beware, the National Credit Act’s Protections Don’t Always Apply

 “In effect, [the High Court] held that the particular lease was not a lease. This may sound like a fragment of Alice in Wonderland. If that is so, it is because the [National Credit] Act itself could have been written … Continue reading

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Are We Headed for Junk Status or Only Tax Increases?

“We have to show that we will stick to our undertakings on consolidation, but on the other hand we have got to be very mindful that fiscal consolidation in the absence of growth does damage growth further.” (Finance Minister Pravin … Continue reading

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