The impact of the Construction Industry on the South African and international economy is wide ranging and gives rise to an assortment of practical and legal issues which at first glance may seem unrelated. Two decades of extensive experience have made Frese Moll & Partners one of the leaders in construction law which places us in the unique position to ensure that our clients receive the best legal advice for their business.
Our extensive experience and expertise in negotiation, mediation, adjudication, conciliation, arbitration and litigation allows us to advise our clients not only on the pre-emption of disputes but also dealing with them effectively and efficiently resolving them in the most practical way whilst ensuring all aspects have been considered. As members of the London based Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIARB) as well as the Dispute Resolution Foundation based in the United States of America we are ideally placed to serve the dispute resolution needs of our clients in local and international forums.
As a specialised practice we are in the unique position to consult, advise, negotiate and prepare contracts and instruments required by our clients for their businesses to prosper. Drawing from our expertise in property, insurance, construction law guarantee law we are fully conversant with the risk aspect of modern day business and we ensure that we not only limit our client’s risks but also ensure that they have the freedom to conduct their businesses to develop in an ever-changing business and legal environment.
Rescuing companies in financial distress is now more than ever before not just a possibility but also a reality with the introduction of Business Rescue in terms of Chapter 6 of the New Companies Act.
Business Rescue has created a mechanism for South African companies which are financially distressed or even trading in insolvent circumstances to reorganise and restructure their businesses to alleviate the distressed state of affairs in order to secure the future of its existence. Business Rescue is not without its effects on the employees, creditors, shareholders, financial institutions and the local, national and international economy.