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Dispute Resolution

What is meant by dispute resolution? Dispute resolution processes are categorised: Adjudicative processes, such as litigation or arbitration, in which a judge or arbitrator determines the outcome. Consensual processes, such as conciliation, mediation, collaborative law, or negotiation, through which the parties to the dispute attempt to reach agreement. It is advisable to get a legal opinion as you may have only one chance to attend to your matter.

Magistrate's and High Court Litigation

What Is Litigation? Litigation is the Legal proceedings initiated by one or both opposing parties to a dispute, to enforce or defend a legal right. Litigation is typically settled by agreement between the parties, but may also be heard and decided by a judge in court.The different types of litigation in practice today are High Court and Magistrate Court litigation. Further the Magistrate Court is limited in terms of the Magistrates Court Act in its jurisdiction to hear certain matters.

Business Licence Application

You need an Identity document and a copy of each member's / shareholding certificate. If you applying for a trade license for a certain type of health or entertainment facility you must bring your certified South African Police clearance certificate which you can obtain from your local police station.License applications are considered for recommendations subject to departmental requirements being complied with.

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Last Will and Testament

A will or testament is a legal document which expresses the wish of a person as to how their property is to be distributed at death. The person names one or more persons to be the executor, who will manage the estate until its final distribution. A "will" was historically limited to real property while a "testament" applied only to dispositions of personal property. However, these terms have been used interchangeably.

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Disciplinary Hearings

A fair disciplinary hearing gives the employee an opportunity to put his version of the allegations against him before a tribunal. If the hearing is not fair, the employee can refer an unfair decision or unfair dismissal which is now a dispute to the CCMA or appropriate Bargaining Council. The employee must be given at least 48 hours' notice of a disciplinary or performance hearing.

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Property Transfer

The transfer of property is an administrative and legal process,when the ownership of a property is moved from one person to another person. This happens when a property is sold or received as a gift. Conveyancing – or the transfer of property ownership – is the legal process before gaining the keys to your property. This transfer process usually requires all utility services to be paid up.