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Insolvency Law

Insolvency Law


“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts” – Winston Churchill

As experts in this field we do more than just go through the motions of a legal process.  We understand that business is a risk and that when things go wrong you need quick and practical advice. We are fully equipped to assist clients in the insolvency process and to ensure effective management of the insolvency regime, whether it be an individual or a corporation.

Our services in this field include:

  • Advising businesses and creditors on insolvency, business rescue and turnaround
  • Drafting proof of claims for creditors of companies in liquidation
  • Advising clients of the nature, process and effects of insolvency and business rescue
  • Settling of disputes and dealing with objections to liquidation and distribution accounts
  • Applications for liquidation, sequestration or business rescue
  • Rehabilitation of insolvents
  • Running of inquiries for liquidators

Foreign agents can access a list of our Fees in South Africa here . Local clients are welcome to Contact Us  directly for an obligation free quote.

Please contact us for more information or an obligation free quote.

Phone: +27 (0) 21 100 4545
Fax: +27 (0) 11 513 3086
F101 Mariendahl House, Newlands on Main
178 Campground Road, Newlands, Cape Town, 7708, South Africa
South Africa
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National Phase Applications under the PCT 
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  • Name(s) and address(es) of inventor(s).   
  • Number, date and country of the basic application if Paris Convention priority is to be claimed.
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Duration The term is twenty years from the date of filing.
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