Commercial Law

Our Commercial Law Department offers a comprehensive range of transactional and regulatory services in all aspects of Commercial Law.

Our services include advising on and implementation of the following:

  • Mergers and acquisitions;
  • B-BBEE ownership transactions;
  • Registering and implementing broad based community trusts;
  • Setting up employee share ownership schemes;
  • Commercial, industrial and residential property sales and lease agreements;
  • Commodity sales transactions;
  • Franchise agreements;
  • Service level agreements;
  • Standard terms and conditions of trade;
  • Financing agreements and deeds of security;
  • Sale of business agreements;
  • Cross border sales transactions;
  • Incorporated and unincorporated joint venture agreements;
  • License agreements and protection of intellectual property;
  • Constitutions for clubs;
  • Home owner’s association constitutions;
  • Non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements;
  • Insolvencies and liquidations.

Our Commercial Law team consists of:

  • Louis Stroebel (Sasolburg)
  • Louis Stroebel (Pretoria)
  • Anica Theunissen
  • Luise von Dürckheim-Botes
  • Francois Janse van Rensburg
  • Anzel Raath

  • Is your Family Trust legally valid?
    Did you know that not having an independent trustee on your family trust can contribute to it being viewed as your alter-ego and be disregarded by the law?
    contact us for advice
  • Sexual harassment in the workplace
    Do your employees know what is considered sexual harassment in the workplace?
    contact us for advice
  • Temporary employee deemed permanent after 3 months?
    Section 198A-C of Labour Relations Act (LRA) – Did you know your temporary employee could be deemed permanent after 3 months?
    contact us for advice
  • You could be paying 25% estate duty
    Do you know that estates larger than R30 million rand will now pay estate duty at 25%?
    contact us for your estate planning needs
  • Are you employing illegal immigrants?
    Do you know that you can face imprisonment or a hefty fine for employing illegal immigrants?
    contact us for assistance