WELCOME TO THE
LAW SOCIETY OF THE NORTHERN PROVINCES
The Law Society of the Northern Provinces
(incorporated as the Law Society of the Transvaal), was
established during 1892 and is the statutory body
governing the attorneys profession in the four provinces
constituting the former Transvaal province, i.e. the
Gauteng, Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo Provinces.
Members are reminded that High Court applications for
admission, contracts of articles, cession agreements and
records related notices (e.g. registration of members,
opening/closing of practices, Fidelity Fund
certificates) can only be served on the Law Society
daily between 08:30 and 12:30. The staff in these
sections are also only available for visits by and
consultations with members during these hours.
Click the above image to view the FICA
Registration Process Guide.
Practice Directive No. 1/2013
Click the above image to play the "SARS eFiling Transfer Duty 2012" video.
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Complaints Against Attorneys
Seminar Calendar 2013
► Edited Minutes of the
Annual General Meeting
Minister Tokyo Sexwale
SAAPIlL Draft 1 (Final)
De La Guerre Judgment
Pro Bono Scheme
Referral to an
Registration for Attorney
TALK TO US
We want to be of service to our members and the public.
The Telephone no of the Law Society is 012 338 5800.
This number should be used for all enquiries, such as
names of attorneys, fidelity fund certificates, exams,
► Click here to view previous
published News Clippings
► Guideline: Venue of Pre-Trial
► Seminar Planning 2013
Master of the North Gauteng
High Court: Telephone List
High Court to declare CCMA
Rule 25(1)(c), restricting the right
to legal representation at the
CCMA, invalid and
Boruchowitz J Judgment
Contingency Fees Judgement
Conveyancing Guidelines - Circular 1/2013
Circular: Conveyancing Fees -
A. Conveyancing: Conventional
B. Conveyancing: Sectional
C. Apportionment of Fees
D. Apportionment of Fees:
E. Interprovincial Apportionment
of Fees: Conventional Fees
F. Interprovincial Apportionment
of Fees: Sectional Titles
G. Conveyancing Fees and
Apportionment of Fees
H. Apportionment of Fees:
Application for Employment