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In our ‘team’ we have Legal Practitioners (Lawyers & Attorneys) and other Professionals who offer parallel solutions. Our website menu items LEGAL PRACTITIONERS and OTHER PROFESSIONALS offer a summary of services and will help you decide which type of service provider to use. Please review both pages. Afterwards, if you are still not sure who to use please ask for guidance using the Immediate Action Form on the Contacts Page.

 

FREE OR FEE? SIMAHLA OKANYE UHLAWULE?


For free services you could engage with an organization such as legal-aid.co.za or visit justice.gov.za for free information. Depending on your issue any of the following organizations might be appropriate and mandated to help for free:

  • The National Consumer Commission,
  • CGSO,
  • CCMA,
  • Housing Tribunal,
  • For insurance or banking issues, you should contact the appropriate ombudsman.

If you are looking to hire a Professional we guarantee that the fees quoted will be reasonable and you will not be charged anything until you have accepted a quote or entered into an engagement letter. Payment options will be communicated and might include hourly, per project, fixed rate or retainer. See a Cost Guideline HERE. The use of a Legal Practitioner or Court should be engaged with only once you have exhausted all amicable and free options, or if the matter at hand needs legal guidance and an expert to expedite a solution.


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Judgments


In South Africa, a judgment is a formal decision or ruling issued by a court after considering all the evidence and legal arguments presented in a case. Here's a simplified explanation of how judgments work:

Legal Proceedings: When a legal dispute is brought before a court, the parties involved present their respective arguments, evidence, and legal submissions during court proceedings. This may involve witness testimony, documentary evidence, and legal interpretations of the applicable laws.

Judicial Decision: After considering the facts of the case and applying the relevant laws, the presiding judge or magistrate makes a decision known as a judgment. The judgment outlines the court's findings on the issues in dispute and the legal conclusions reached.

Types of Judgments: Judgments can take various forms depending on the nature of the case. For example:

Final Judgment: This is a definitive ruling on the merits of the case, resolving all issues and determining the rights and obligations of the parties.

Interlocutory Judgment: This is a provisional or interim ruling issued during the course of legal proceedings, addressing specific issues pending final resolution.

Default Judgment: If a defendant fails to respond to a summons or appear in court, the plaintiff may obtain a default judgment in their favor.

Content of Judgment: A judgment typically includes:

Findings of fact: A summary of the evidence presented and the court's evaluation of credibility.

Legal conclusions: Application of the law to the facts of the case, determining the rights and liabilities of the parties.

Orders or remedies: Directions on what actions the parties must take or refrain from, such as payment of damages, injunctions, or other relief.

Enforcement of Judgments: Once a judgment is issued, it becomes legally binding on the parties. The successful party may take steps to enforce the judgment, such as seizing assets, garnishing wages, or seeking court orders for compliance.

Understanding judgments is essential for parties involved in legal disputes to know their rights, obligations, and legal options. Seeking legal advice from qualified professionals can help navigate the complexities of judgments and their implications effectively.

The information on this page is not legal advice. Please engage with our team so we can assign your request to a Legal Practitioner. We look forward to being of service.

Judgments