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Business Rescue has become a very successful and expedient way of placing a distressed company under temporary supervision, and thereafter, restructuring its affairs. Pierre Berrangé and Eugene Nel are registered with CIPC as conditionally licensed Senior and Experienced business rescue practitioners respectively. Business Rescue requires expertise in both the legal and accounting fields. Although a …

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The foreclosures department is headed up by Pierre Berrangé and Eugene Nel, and ably run by a vastly experienced para-legal, Shay Veness. Shay has extensive experience in foreclosures, from initiation of action to sale, and concluding settlement agreements. Currently the department receives instructions from two major commercial banks.

Historically the firm’s focus has been on insolvencies and liquidations, with the result that the directors and staff can be considered experts, at the forefront of their field. The firm practices throughout South Africa and in addition the firm also has cross-border experience and Eugene Nel is on the panel of liquidators in Mauritius. The …

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With the firm’s major focus being business rescue, insolvencies, liquidations and property related transactions, the firm’s litigation department specializes in insolvency related litigation. The firm has a wealth of experience and expertise in running private and public enquiries held under the auspices of the Insolvency Act (trusts and individuals) and the Companies Act. It has …

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The Conveyancing team at Berrange Inc is headed up by a Director, Carin Browning, who is ably assisted by 3 highly trained, qualified and experienced paralegals (Theresa Craig, Monique Pieterse and Vashi Haniff). Having begun her Conveyancing career as a Conveyancer in January 2000, Carin has a vast amount of knowledge of all property related …

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Pierre Berrangé and Eugene Nel accept Receivership appointments. These appointments include, but are not limited to: Appointments in terms of Section 155 of the Companies Act, irrespective of whether the Company has been placed into liquidation or not. Either the Board of the Company or the Liquidator may propose an arrangement or a compromise of …

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The firm regularly assists the Asset Forfeiture Unit with Curatorship’s and Asset Preservation Orders, in terms of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act. These appointments have included businesses with an asset base in excess of R500 million. In terms of these Orders the appointee, as Curator, takes control of the business and continues to trade …

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