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Debit Order Terms & Conditions

  1. This contract, between the Attorney and Independent Focus cc (CK 2004/019632/23) t/a Find a Professional (hereinafter referred to as FAP) is terminable by either party upon one calendar month's written notice.
  2. For the purposes of this agreement, the parties agree that records shall be retained in electronic and/or facsimile format and that the contents of such electronic records shall be admissible by any court and shall constitute prima facie proof of the contents of such records.
  3. FAP will not be held liable for any of the information regarding the attorney on the website, and although every effort is made to check the accuracy of this information, it is not guaranteed by Find a Professional.
  4. FAP acknowledges that it may not cede or assign any of its rights regarding the debit order authority to any third party without the attorney's prior written consent.
  5. The Attorney acknowledges that upon cancellation of this agreement, they shall not be entitled to any refund of amounts that were withdrawn while this contract was in force.
  6. The Attorney will be responsible for all bank costs incurred on their own bank account relating to unpaid debit orders, that were due and legally payable at the time of the debit order.
  7. Should a monthly subscription debit order be returned from the bank, the attorney authorises Find a Professional to put through a double debit the following month.
  8. All fees are payable monthly in advance.
  9. The monthly subscription fee is R 113.04 excluding VAT.
  10. Should FAP receive any complaints from the general public with any of the listed attorneys, FAP will convey this complaint to the attorney in writing, who will be given 14 days to respond in writing. If the response is not satisfactory (to the total discretion of Find a Professional), FAP will have the right to immediately cancel this agreement and remove the attorney from the website database
  11. Upon signature of this contract, the attorney warrants that all information contained in the application form is accurate to the best of his/her knowledge.