Western Cape: +27 (0)21 914 0513 | Namibia: +264 (0)83 331 8170 | Gauteng: +27 (0)12 035 1177
Office Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8h00 - 16h30 | Fri: 8h00 - 16h00


When is a settlement not a settlement?

It regularly happens that, when a party to a contract breaches his or her obligations under that contract, the parties first attempt to settle the matter on an amicable basis, before resorting to litigation. This is a commendable approach, as it tends to preserve the relationship, saves costs, and saves time and energy, which may

Learn More

What does “repudiation of a contract” mean?

Parties to an agreement are often advised by their lawyers, when the other party has breached its contractual obligations, that that party has repudiated the contract. What, exactly, does repudiation mean, and what remedies does the innocent party have as a result of that repudiation? The case law has held that repudiation of a contract

Learn More