This is the process where one person (the ‘plaintiff’’) sues the other (the ‘defendant’) in court for a claim sounding in money, to resolve a dispute, to enforce a contract, to get divorced, etc.
In ‘status’ matters, such as divorce, insolvency or rehabilitation, only a High Court has jurisdiction to hear the claim.
Bregman Moodley Attorneys specialise in:
- Commercial litigation
- Dispute resolution
- Labour and employment law litigation
- Property Litigation
- General Litigation
- Unlawful competition and restraint of trade
- Urgent applications and interdicts
Sharusha Moodley heads up our commercial litigation department. Her team delivers relevant and specialist advice across all types of dispute resolution (comprising negotiation, mediation, conciliation and conflict resolution) to commercial litigation (consisting of advice on civil disputes and litigation and courtroom strategy).