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Name of the Organization : Department of Justice and Constitutional Development
Type of Facility : How to lodge a complaint
Head Office : Pretoria
Website : http://www.justice.gov.za/faq.html
Justice How to Lodge a Complaint
** Against a service point/court/Master’s Office
** Against a lawyer/attorney through the relevant law society
** Against a prosecutor through the NPA.
Related : Department of Justice and Constitutional Development Apply for a Domestic Violence protection order : www.southafricain.com/6241.html
** You can also call the NPA Hotline 0800 21 25 80, operated by an independent organization, available 24 hours a day. Anonymous calls accepted.
** Against a member of the South African Police Service through their website or via the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID)
** Against a Sheriff through the South African Board for Sheriffs
** Against a Magistrate through the Magistrates Commission
** Against a Judge through the Judicial Service Commission
** Legal Aid South Africa’s Self-Help Guide to Obtaining a Decree of Divorce.
** This guide is designed to assist you in obtaining a decree of divorce in a Regional Court in South Africa.
** It gives general information only and doesn’t take the place of legal advice. Obviously, it also cannot provide specific advice about your divorce only a lawyer can do that (and help you to protect all of your rights).
** Follow this link fot the “Obtaining a Decree of Divorce” flow chart.
** The solemnisation and registration of civil marriages, customary marriages and civil unions are managed by the Department of Home Affairs.
** Civil marriages are governed by the Marriage Act and regulations issued in terms of the Act.
** South Africa also recognizes customary marriages through the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act, which became effective in November 2000.
** Civil unions are recognised in terms of the Civil Union Act (2006).
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