Magistrate’s Court and High Court Litigation

The type & nature of litigation undertaken in S.A is wide & varied and we look forward to advising you on the best course of action for your particular matter.

Our Service offering

We are committed to offering our clients a professional service of the highest quality. We understand that feedback and updates are important to you – Our open-door policy ensures that our clients’ experiences with us are stress-free.

Court Appearances

Commercial and residential evictions,

Applications for rescission of judgment,



Applications and claims for damages.

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Additional Information

The distinctive forms of litigation practised today are High Court and Magistrate Court litigation. The biggest disparity between the two forms of litigation is that the Magistrates Court has a monetary jurisdiction of R200 000.00 whereas the High Court has unlimited monetary jurisdiction.

The Magistrate Court is bound in terms of the Magistrates Court Act in its jurisdiction to listen or attend to certain matters. For example, only a regional division of magistrates court and the High Court can hear divorce matters. High Court can hear interdicts. Insolvency, divorce matters etc are heard only by the High Court.

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Phumzile Mthunzi

Very competent professionals with a proven track record and caring staff.

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Darylle McCauley

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Open Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

50 St Andrews Dr, Durban North,
Durban, 4051