We are committed to exceeding our clients’ expectations for quality, transparency and professional excellence!
Hattingh & Ndzabandzaba is a new age law firm that offers a comprehensive range of legal services to meet all our client’s requirements. These services are provided to corporate, governmental and non-governmental organisations as well as private individuals.
We pride ourselves on personal and professional service to our clients and have the knowledge and expertise to handle any instructions diligently and timeously.
Our offices are situated in Centurion. Over the years we have built up an extensive network of correspondent firms to cater for our client’s needs throughout the Republic of South Africa.
Our client base ranges from small and medium sized enterprises to companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. We have also represented governmental and non-governmental departments, municipalities, public institutions and private individuals.
We have well-equipped offices and have invested in the latest communication and IT equipment to ensure speed and efficiency in handling our clients’ needs.
Registration of transfer of properties; Registration and cancellation of mortgage bonds; Drafting and registration of notarial bonds as well as drafting of notarial agreements; and Drafting of sale and lease agreements.
Commercial and Corporate Law
Advice in connection with and drafting of all documents pertaining to the registration of companies including the memorandum of incorporation and shareholder agreements; Drafting of partnership and joint venture agreements; Drafting of sale of business and sale of share agreements and advice in connection therewith; Drafting of and advice with regard to franchise agreements; Liquidations and sequestrations.
Matrimonial property law, including advice on and drafting of ante-nuptial agreements; co-habitation agreements and divorce mediation and litigation; Maintenance claims; and Drafting of trust deeds.
Litigation on behalf of clients in both the Magistrate Court and the High Court relating to; Interpretation and enforcement of contractual obligations; Protection of business interests; Restraints of trade; Interdicts; Franchises Collection of outstanding debts.
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