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Legal Advice Office in South Africa

The Legal Advice Office in South Africa

The Legal Advice Office offers affordable Legal Advice as well as Legal and Paralegal Services throughout South Africa.

Our legal advice and services are based on 40 years of experience in the professional legal field.  As a purely internet based legal consultancy business, we pride ourselves in personal, professional and efficient service at affordable rates and undertake to revert to our clients within 48 hours of their query being received by us.

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Who are The Legal Advice Office?

Who are we and what do we do?

What makes us unique?

Why should you use our services?

We have been looking at the implied warranty on the quality of goods guaranteed by the Consumer Protection Act and more particularly section 55 & 56 of that Act of Parliament.

As we now know; we as consumers have the choice of repair, refund or replace in the event of goods bought by us being defective or damaged at the time of the sale.

This rule also applies to a motor vehicle; both new and used.

The Legal Advice Office is an exclusively internet-based legal business/firm; which although run from the Western Cape offers legal advice and legal and paralegal service right throughout the whole of South Africa and we interact with our clients only by phone and by email.

We often get enquiries about how, when and where to start a business.

In today’s economic world jobs are difficult to come by and experience is almost always a non-negotiable requirement for placement.

Where do you start?

We previously looked at the general rules to follow when starting a business.

Let us now look at the various business entities.

Some of them are Juristic persons.

fault car accident

A previously accident damaged vehicle IS ALWAYS a defective motor vehicle and this is especially true vis a vis the dealer if they did NOT disclose this fact to you at the time of the sale.

Last week we received this query:

“In February 2018 I bought a 2016 second hand BMW motor vehicle from a dealership in Gezina, Pretoria and although I have had satisfactory use of the vehicle for the last four months; I have now discovered that the vehicle which I bought in February 2018 was involved in a major accident last year (March 2017); which required repairs apparently totalling R 127350.00 by the insurance company and I am not happy with keeping this vehicle as that fact was not disclosed to me at the time of the sale in February this year and the dealership must have known about the accident. Is this vehicle defective and can I still claim a refund or replacement vehicle for  the dealer I bought it from?”

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Legal Advice Office

South Africa

Kandelaar Street, Vermont, Hermanus
Phone: +27 (028) 316 2832
Email: info@legaladviceoffice.co.za

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