CIVIL PRACTICE: LAW ON EXCEPTIONS AND STIKE OUT RESTATED
The Namibian Competition Commission instituted action against a number of defendants for inter alia declaratory and interdictory relief, as well as the imposition of a pecuniary penalty in terms of the provisions of the Competition Act, 2 of 2003 (“the Act”). The particulars of claim were excepted to on the grounds that no cause of action was disclosed, due to the absence of detail required by s 36, 37, 38 and 53 of the Act. Additionally the excipients in the body of the exception, raised . . .