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Issues to consider When Using Cession of Book Debts

18th July 2010
One of the more common forms of security used by commercial creditors is the cession of book debts. A cession is the act by which a person/entity (known as the cedent) transfers their personal right to another (known as the cessionary). By signing a ce... Read >

How to repair your jumping castle

28th June 2010
Holes in seams are the most common occurrence when repairs need to be done on jumping castles. This is often due to the continuous jumping by kids and in some instances adults on the jumping castle, causing the seams tear away over time. Even though ... Read >

National Credit Act Regulations

16th June 2010
Obviously the hot news at the moment in the credit management profession in South Africa is the National Credit Act no. 34 of 2005 . We will try keep you advised and informed with as much news and insight into the Act as possible. We previously repor... Read >

The history and some unusual facts about jumping castles

18th March 2010
A bouncy castle (also known as an inflatable castle or, in the US, a moonwalk) is an inflatable edifice, traditionally mimicking the appearance of a castle. The bouncy castle was originally designed by university students in England around 1961 for a ... Read >