- Use of this web site is undertaken solely at the risk of the user.
- The ability to copy or print certain information on this site has been disabled. Where information has not been disabled users are welcome to copy or print this information for personal (non-commercial) use.
- Commercial use or other non-personal use may, at the
discretion of the Electronic Law Consultancy, be permitted upon request.
To make a request please e-mail
2. Contact Information
The Electronic Law Consultancy may be contacted in any of the following ways:
E-mail : email@example.com
Telephone : +27 21 448 3173
Fax : +27 21 448 0057
Cell : 082 412 9938 / 084 581 0200
Postal Address: P.O. Box 23512 Claremont 7735
Physical Address: 40 Florence Ave Observatory Cape Town 7729
Domicilium Address: 40 Florence Ave Observatory Cape Town 7729
- This entire web site, including text, images, hyperlinks and coding, is provided "as is" and "as available". The Electronic Law Consultancy makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties as to the correctness or suitability of either the web site or the information contained in it.
- Any information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. Please contact us directly should you wish to further investigate any item falling within our services.
- While the Electronic Law Consultancy takes all reasonable precautions to maintain the security and integrity of this web site, we disclaim all and any liability relating to damage caused by destructive code or other means which occurs as a result of the use of this site.
- The Electronic Law Consultancy disclaims all liability for any damages, including but not limited to direct, economic, consequential, relational loss or loss of profits, resulting from the use of this site.
4. No offer
- Nothing contained in this web site should be construed
as an offer, which, if accepted, would lead to the creation of a legally
binding agreement. This web site is intended to provide information
5. Copyright and Intellectual Property
- Copyright in all information, source codes or
combinations thereof which is not explicitly attributed to another,
is held by the Electronic Law Consultancy.
6. Electronic Communications
- The user acknowledges that all electronic communications
entered into between the user and the Electronic Law Consultancy through
the medium of this web site are of full legal force and effect.
7. Hyperlinking, deeplinking, framing and advertising
- The express permission in writing of the Electronic Law Consultancy is required before any hyperlink other than to the Home Page of this web site is created. Permission, if granted, will be subject to the condition that the party creating the link alerts potential users of the link to the existence and application of these Terms and Conditions of Use. Requests for permission can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hyperlinks and/or advertisements provided on this site and directed towards other web sites or users are provided without any representations, warranties or endorsements whatsoever as to the content, suitability, correctness or security of the web site or other third party linked to. The Electronic Law Consultancy in no way controls or edits the content of sites or pages linked to.
- Hyperlinks on this site are provided "as is" and "as available" and the use of hyperlinks is entirely at the risk of the user.
- The express permission, which may be subject to conditions,
of the Electronic Law Consultancy is required before this site, any
of its pages and any information presented is framed. Requests for
permission can be mailed to
8. What law governs this Agreement?
- This web site is owned, hosted and maintained within the Republic of South Africa and the user agrees that the law of the Republic of South Africa will govern this agreement and any consequences which may flow from it.
- Users are encouraged to acquaint themselves with the applicable South African law as contained in the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002.
9. Consent to jurisdiction
- The user consents to the jurisdiction of the Magistrate's Court having jurisdiction in terms of section 28 of the Magistrate's Court Act (as amended).
10. Amendment of this agreement
- Please note that due to legal and other developments it will be necessary for us to amend these terms and conditions from time to time.
- The Electronic Law Consultancy will make every reasonable effort to alert users to any amendments which are made, but reserves the right to affect amendments, additions or deletions without notice.
- It therefore remains the sole responsibility of the user to acquaint themselves with these Terms and Conditions whenever using the site..
11. Enforceability of this Agreement
- In the event of any part of this Agreement being found to be partially or fully unenforceable, for whatever reason, this shall not affect the application or enforceability of the remainder of this Agreement.
- These Terms and Conditions contain a record of the entire agreement between the user and the Electronic Law Consultancy.
- Please note that failure to enforce any provision of these Terms and Conditions shall not be construed as a waiver of the provision or the right to enforce it