Answer to Question #181468 in British Law for clarissa

Question #181468

Which one of the following statements regarding the South African common law is correct?


(1) The South African common law consists of only Roman-Dutch law.


(2) The South African common law consists of Roman-Dutch law and indigenous African law.


(3) The South African common law consists of Roman-Dutch law, influenced by English law and indigenous African law.


(4) The South African common law consists of Roman-Dutch law, influenced by English law and adapted over the centuries by local legislation and judicial precedent. 


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2021-05-07T09:56:02-0400

(4) The South African common law consists of Roman-Dutch law, influenced by English law and adapted over the centuries by local legislation and judicial precedent. 


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