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Legal Practice

Bill Number: B20-2012Act Number: 28 of 2014
Status
Bill Status
Original Act
DateGazette NumberTitle
2014-09-2238022ACT NO. 28 OF 2014: LEGAL PRACTICE ACT, 2014
Draft Bill

Year of publication

2010

Explanatory Summary

Access for GG 35357 published on 15 May 2012.

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7 new laws which will shape business in South AfricaBusinessTech2019-02-05
New Act, new council, new BarMail & Guardian2018-10-19
Legal Practice Bill signedPolity.org.za2014-09-25
Legal Practice Bill: Fusion in disguiseMail and Guardian2013-11-29
Malpractice claims against lawyers set to be made publicBusiness Day2013-11-20
Bill threatens independence - attorneysNews242013-11-13
Controversial Bill ends legal fraternity's self-regulationMail and Guardian2013-11-13
Parliament passes Legal Practice BillPolity.org.za2013-11-13
Assembly passes Legal Practices BillIOL2013-11-12
Parliament OKs legal practice billNews242013-11-12
Parliament passes Legal Practice BillThe Citizen2013-11-12
Legal Practice Bill could face court challengeIOL2013-11-04
Greater access to legal services needed - DAFin242013-10-07
WTO obligations affect Legal Practice Bill considerationsDaily News2013-10-04
MPs to mull changes to Legal Practice BillPolity.org.za2013-10-03
ACDP laments Legal Practice Bill clauseIOL2013-10-02
MPS set to make provision in bill for high legal fees probeBusiness Day2013-09-05
MPS want clause in legal bill removedBusiness Day2013-08-02
Jeffery appointment could delay legal billBusiness Day2013-07-16
George Bizos rails against proposed BillMail and Guardian2013-02-22
Lawyers at war over billThe Times2013-02-20
Sparks will fly over law bill seeks accessThe Star2013-02-07
Law practice:: New bill hailedNews242012-07-13
Extension sought for Legal Practice BillIOL2012-07-12
Free legal services for the poorBrand South Africa2010-05-06
State set to cap legal feesFin242010-05-05
Attorney/advocate distinction to be abolishedMail and Guardian2009-06-24
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