‘Don’t blame us’

2013-11-11 00:00

ONE of South Africa’s biggest law firms accused of knowingly processing a forged high court order has distanced itself from any responsibility if the allegation is found to be true.

Today, Durban North resident Ian Brakspear will launch an application at the Durban high court to have a provisional order granted on December 2008 by the same court, declared null and void on the grounds that it is a fake. The order was used as the basis for liquidating Brakspear’s company West Dune Properties.

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