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Commercial Lawyers in Cape Town

Over 80% of all matters which are litigated are due to contractual disputes. With the stringent rules introduced by way of the Consumer Protection Act, every contract entered into within the Republic of South Africa is now subject to legislative scrutiny and protection.

The drafting of a commercial agreement is a responsibility of which you should always entrust in a professional. At Bailey Haynes Incorporated, our commercial lawyers pride themselves on drafting all commercial contracts in line with our clients’ needs and the law. Our services are utilised by professional businesses and individuals wishing to protect their interests.

Contact us and we'll help you protect your commercial interests.

Our commerical law services include:

  • Distribution agreements
  • Rental / Lease agreements
  • Commission based agreements
  • Cross border agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Restraint of Trade
  • Service Level Agreements / SLA’s
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Sale of Business / Going Concern
  • Confidentiality agreements

Bailey Haynes Inc. - Law Firm in Cape Town

Our commercial lawyers have extensive experience and can help you protect your business.

Contact our law firm in Cape Town for more information abour our commercial law & contract drafting services.

 

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Is a Verbal Agreement Legally Binding?

Although verbal agreements are as legally binding and enforceable as any written agreement, the issue presents itself when trying to prove the existence of the said agreement.

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Posted by Tayla Beaumont on Saturday, April 30, 2022 Views: 71


 

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Consequences that business face if they are not POPIA compliant

The Protection of Personal Information Act No. 3 of 2013 (“the Act”) defines in its Chapter 11 and Section’s 100 – 106 items that qualify as being POPIA non-compliant.

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Posted by Donna Murray on Thursday, September 30, 2021 Views: 934


 

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COVID19 - Cancelling a Commercial Lease

We can only benefit from the law if we understand what our rights and obligations are.

COVID19 has had a major impact on commercial leases. Both tenants and landlords are living in uncertain times and our law needs to protect and ensure that relief exists for both parties.

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Posted by Tayla Clemo on Monday, June 29, 2020 Views: 5907