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A CREATIVE LEGAL AGENCY

Legal SOLUTIONS For big thinkers

We provide accessible and affordable legal service to entrepreneurs, startups and growing companies.

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Commercial Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Labour Law
  • Data Law
  • IP Law
  • Regulations
Company Registration – Proprietary Limited (Pty Ltd)
R3 500.00
Company Registration – Non Profit Company
R6 950.00
Service Level Agreement (Standard)
R7 750.00
Shareholders Agreement (Simple)
R9 000.00
Client Terms
R6 950.00
Commercial Lease Agreement
R7 400.00
Joint Venture Agreement
R6 950.00
Letter of Demand
R5 700.00
Legal Consultation
R1 550.00
Employment Agreement
R6 400.00
Independent contractor agreement
R6 200.00
HR Handbook
R13 050.00
Disciplinary code and procedure
R9 800.00
Mutual Separation Agreement
R7 850.00
Attending Disciplinary Hearing
R3 100.00
Remote Work Policy
R6 500.00
Drafting section 189 notices
R3 900.00
Legal Consultation
R1 550.00
Website Terms and Privacy Policy Bundle
R12 000.00
Internal POPIA Compliance Assistance
R15 550.00
Privacy Policy (POPIA)
R5 700.00
Website Terms of Use
R9 200.00
PAIA Manual Drafting
R3 950.00
Data Handling Policy (POPIA Handbook)
R8 500.00
Data law staff training
From R4 450
Legal Consultation
R1 550.00
Trade Mark – Full search
R2 990.00
Trade Mark – Application (first class)
R3 290.00
License Agreement
R7 400.00
Non-Disclosure Agreement
R3 050.00
Release form
R5 700.00
IP Assignment Agreement
R3 850.00
Royalty Split Agreement
R3 900.00
Legal Consultation
R1 550.00
Legal Research Note
From R1 550
Regulator Engagement
From R1 550
Internal POPI Compliance Assistance
R15 550.00
PAIA Manual Drafting
R3 950.00
Legal Consultation
R1 550.00
Website Terms and Privacy Policy Bundle
R12 000.00
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Who are we?

Established in 2015, Legalese is a creative legal practice which has redesigned legal services to suit creative, start-up, and tech-based businesses by making them accessible, affordable and understandable. Traditionally, lawyers are called to fix problems. Legalese looks at law differently – we have a fresh approach to law and technology, so that our legal solutions suit your business, team and culture. We are not a law firm. Do not call us when you get arrested.

We are here for one thing – to take care of your business’ legal needs so you can focus on what you do best. Our approach to legal services comes from a mix of practice in corporate law firms, years of experience in the South African creative and tech sectors, and a background in running start-ups. In this way, we speak the language of creativity and law.

Competition Verification
Commercial Law
Navigating Competition Laws: The Importance of Competition Verification for Startups and SMEs in South Africa

In the fast-paced world of startups and small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), staying ahead of the competition is crucial. One essential tool that can help businesses navigate the competitive landscape

Competition Verification (2)
Commercial Law
What is Competition Verification and How Does it Work

Competition Verification is a process used to ensure that entries in a competition are legitimate and comply with the rules and requirements set by the organizers. This process is crucial

Competition Verification
Commercial Law
Navigating Promotional Competitions: The Importance of Competition Verification for Startups and SMEs in South Africa

As startups and small to medium businesses in South Africa navigate the world of promotional competitions, it’s crucial to ensure compliance with the Consumer Protection Act (CPA). One essential process

Trademark registration
Intellectual Property
The “Nice” Trademark Classification System

Nice classes play a crucial role in the trademark registration process by categorising goods and services into specific classes based on their nature and intended use. Developed under the “Nice

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Intellectual Property
What are the Common Reasons for Trademark Refusal by the Registrar of Trademarks?

Some of the common reasons for trademark refusal by the Registrar of Trade Marks in South Africa include: The trademark is not capable of distinguishing the goods/services It consists exclusively

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Intellectual Property
What Happens if my Trademark is Opposed During the Registration Process?

If your trademark application is opposed during the registration process in South Africa, here is typically what happens: Opposition Period After your trademark application is examined and accepted by the

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