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Protect The Business You Built

No matter what industry you’re running your business in or how big your business is, there will always be legal matters that could set you back in your accounts department or your PR department. With Legal Business Cover, you can afford to have a legal professional lawyer on hand without suffering the financial setback of a lawyer’s exorbitant hourly rates.

For a monthly premium that fits neatly into your company’s annual budget, you can keep your business on the right side of the law, while protecting its interests from a wide range of legal disputes.


It doesn’t matter if you’re starting a small business on your own, taking on the family business, or going into business with a partner or two – legal issues are a guarantee at any point of your business’s lifecycle. Your company may be dragged into long-term court cases, which can cost time and money, and throw a wrench in the workings of your business. However, a lawyer’s hourly fee can put a lot of strain on your company’s budget.

Legal Business cover can take care of that financial burden, while providing you the legal support your company needs as it grows from strength to strength. With your only financial obligation being a relatively small monthly payment, you’ll find you have more resources on hand to corner the market.

A Worthwhile Investment

There are many instances when your company will need the advice of a legal professional. Whether you’re still in the early years or are on your way to building an economic powerhouse, you’re bound to need professional help in navigating the following business legal issues:

Covered Under Business Legal Insurance

  • Letters of demand
  • Negotiation & implementation of payment plans
  • Telephonic demands to business debtors
  • Issuing of summons and obtaining garnishee orders
  • Employee dispute resolution
  • CCMA referrals
  • Bargaining Council referrals
  • Written warnings
  • Retrenchment proceedings
  • Workmen’s Compensation
  • Labour Court proceedings
  • Disciplinary hearings
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Commercial lease agreements
  • Service level agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Suretyship agreements
  • Acknowledgement of debt agreements
  • General outsourcing agreements
  • Guidance & advice on legislation affecting your business
  • Issuing summons on behalf of your business
  • Defending summons issued against your business

What does a Legal Business Plan cover?


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