Category Archives: Harrasment

APPLYING FOR PROTECTION ORDER

BY Danie Terblans Borrowed from SAPS website and other notes: APPLYING FOR PROTECTION ORDER A protection order aims at preventing the reoccurrence of domestic violence or sexual harassment by stating what conduct the alleged offender must refrain from doing. As … Continue reading

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Keep your noisy neighbours quiet legally

Any resident of a town or neighbourhood is entitled to the ordinary comfort and covenience of his home, and if  the actions of his neighbour causing annoyance or inconvenience greater than that to which a normal person must be expected … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Protection Order.

A Domestic Protection Order can give various outcomes as remedy, it can: Tell the abuser to stop committing any act of violence against you (such as beats you, insults you, sexually assaults you, etc.) Prohibit the abuser from asking another … Continue reading

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A guide to the Protection from Harassment Act

The Protection from Harassment Act helps the victims of harassment to obtain an effective remedy against harassment from anyone, including debt collectors who pester you for alleged debt you do not owe. If you are a victim of this kind … Continue reading

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