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Bailey Haynes Incorporated specialises in civil litigation in the High-, Regional- and Magistrate’s Courts, property conveyancing, motor vehicle accident claims, matrimonial and family law matters as well as criminal law matters.
Our Law Firm operates in the greater Cape Town area – servicing areas such as Cape Town, Kuils River, Mitchells Plain, Bellville, Goodwood and Wynberg to name a few.
Furthermore we have an extensive legal correspondent base across the country to institute matters which do not fall in our immediate jurisdiction.
Our staff and attorneys are highly skilled and trained to assist on any matter. Additionally, our offices are situated within walking distance from the High-, Magistrate's- & Labour Courts in Cape Town central, therefore offering a quick attendance to any urgent matter.
We also have a satellite office in Bellville close to the Bellville Magistrate's Court.
Bailey Haynes Incorporated is deemed to be an Exempted Micro-Enterprise and qualifies for a promotion to a B-BBEE Status of “Level 4 Contributor” having B-BBEE procurement recognition 100% in terms of Clause 4 of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice.
For more information about the services our law firm and attorneys in Cape Town provide, please contact us.
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Bailey Haynes attorneys in Cape Town would like to take this opportunity to wish all our colleagues and clients a wonderful festive season.
The end of this year has arrived and it’s finally time to start settling into holiday mode after a productive 2019.
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Labour law is the law applicable to matters regarding employment, remuneration, conditions of work, trade unions, and industrial relations.
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Commercial agreements are legally binding contracts between parties where one or both are either required to do something in terms of the contract or to refrain from doing something.
These agreements can either take the form of being verbal, in writing, or implied. In many instances, agreements contain warranties which should be reviewed by a lawyer beforehand in order to limit the damages between parties should one of them want to opt out.
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Where litigation cannot be avoided by mediation, arbitration or alternative dispute resolution process, our attorneys in Cape Town pursue litigation across all areas of the law tenaciously.
Bailey Haynes is ideally located close to the High Court and Magistrate's Court in the centre of Cape Town and will always accept instructions and referrals from colleagues on an agreed fee basis.
Over 80% of all matters which are litigated are due to contractual disputes, so it goes without saying that the drafting of a commercial agreement should be entrusted to a legal practitioner.
Our Divorce Lawyers provide professional advice relating to all aspects of family law, including the enforcement and protection of rights in family, personal relations as well as antenuptial contracts.
The Prevention of Illegal Evictions Act protects the rights of all occupants of land and property, including illegal and unlawful occupants. Our approach to managing your rented property does not start at the eviction process but rather at drafting of your lease.
Our Labour Law Attorneys offer expert advice on all labour and employment related issues in lieu of all recent and relevant developments in terms of the Labour Relations Act.
Property or real Estate Law demands the utmost attention to detail and knowledge of the applicable laws governing the field. Our Conveyancing Attorneys attend to Property Transfers or Conveyancing and wide range of property related matters.
We have a strong criminal law department which provide all professional criminal defence services.
Bailey Haynes Incorporated provide administration for Deceased Estates including estate planning and efficent tax planning through Wills and the formation of trusts.