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Litigation and Debt Collections - Cape Town Attorneys

Where litigation cannot be avoided by settling a dispute i.e. by mediation or other forms of dispute resolution options, we pursue litigation across all areas of the law tenaciously and efficiently therefore ensuring that a suitable resolution of the dispute is reached.

Furthermore, where required, we involve the expertise of experienced Advocates, depending on our clients specifics needs. We are geared to provide extensive general and specialist litigation services to all our clients.

Services in this area include:

  • All Legal proceedings in Magistrate Court, High Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court, as well as support for other formal tribunals and forums
  • Commercial litigation
  • Settlement negotiations
  • Urgent applications
  • Legal opinions
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Mediation and Arbitration
  • Tax related litigation
  • Intellectual property related litigation
  • Matrimonial litigation
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Property Disputes
  • Banking and finance litigation
  • Contract litigation
  • Constitutional, public and administrative law advice and litigation
  • All aspects of defended litigation arising from debt collections
  • Formulation of contractual claims
  • Actions and applications for evictions
  • Interdicts of various kinds
  • Landlord and Tenant disputes
  • Construction and Building disputes
  • Insolvencies and Liquidations
  • Disputes of shareholding or membership of business entities
  • Sale and purchase disputes
  • Enforcement of monetary claims and specific performance

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