This disclaimer is predominantly aimed at protecting intellectual, proprietary and procedural rights pertaining to Corporate Services or its affiliates. Please note that all references within this email refer to Siyathutuka Outsourcing Procurement Financial Advisors CC trading as Corporate Services. This email disclaimer takes precedence over any other previous disclaimers. It may be revised at any point in time and has full effect during the user’s visit to the website, on the date that it is published and any returning visits

  1. Previous Email Disclaimers

This email disclaimer takes precedence over any other disclaimers that have been issued by Corporate Services

  1. Enforceable and legally binding under law

This email is legally binding and enforceable pursuant to sections 11(1) to 11(3) under the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002. This email notice and email communication are regulated by the laws of the Republic of South Africa. The Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002 can be found on: http://www.gov.za/documents/electronic-communications-and-transactions-act

The recipient(s) hereby irrevocably consent to the jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court, and secondly the High Court of South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal Division) having jurisdiction over any dispute or proceeding arising in terms hereof. Subject to urgent and interim court relief, all disputes and/or disagreements and/or damages and/or liabilities, in any manner related to the following:

  1. Interpretation and enforceability of this e-mail legal notice;
  2. Interpretation of this e-mail legal notice;
  3. Content (including message headers, links and/or attachments) of this e-mail message; or
  4. Sending or receipt of this e-mail message shall be referred to urgent and confidential arbitration in terms of the expedited arbitration rules of the South African Arbitration Foundation and such arbitration shall be conducted in Pietermaritzburg in English.
  5. Breach of Confidentiality

The information contained within this e-mail is solely intended for individual or entity towards whom it is addressed and others authorised to receive it.  Its contents may comprise of confidential, intellectual, legally privileged, copyrighted or proprietary information which is protected by law. No individual or entity, other than the recipient (so indicated by the sender) may use or disclose the contents of this message, links or attachments hereto to any person whatsoever. Unauthorized  use, copying, storage, dissemination, disclosure or distribution of this e-mail, wholly or partially or acting in reliance of the contents is strictly prohibited or unlawful, which may lead to civil or criminal liability. Please destroy all copies of the message and any associated files and notify the sender immediately that you have received it in error.

  1. Liability for damages incurred

Corporate Services and the sender of this email accepts under no circumstances liability associated with loss and damages, regardless of how they have arisen based on this email contents, including loss of profits, business interruption or data-related handling systems, even though Corporate Services has advised the recipient that there was on a balance of probabilities such an eventuality might occur.

  1. Vicarious Liability of Corporate Services

The views or opinions expressed in the e-mail are those of the author entirely and therefore may not reflect the position of Corporate Services. In the event that this email was not used for purposes of official business of Corporate Services, the company will not be liable for any damages incurred in respect to the contents of the email and the sender of the email is to be held solely liable in his or her own personal capacity.

  1. Negligent Misstatement

Any information contained within this email is incumbent on the addressee to verify that it meets your specific requirements and the recipient also concedes that the said information is to be accepted at your own risk. Corporate Services accepts no liability or consequences to the information contained within this email unless mutual consent has been given in relation to the said ‘information’ between Corporate Services and the entity or individual.

  1. Entering into Contracts

This email does not necessarily constitute a legally binding contract or an offer to conclude or enter into a contract of any kind as stated in sections 22 – 26 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act (25 of 2002).

  1. Intellectual property rights

Corporate Services retains all intellectual, procedural and proprietary rights contained in this email and this includes all files attached to the email. No relevant pertinent information associated with these rights may be used in any fashion without the prior consent of Corporate Services, unless these rights are solely owned by another company or entity where Corporate Services has no legal jurisdiction concerning the aforementioned rights. All other rights not included herein are also reserved.

  1. Internal Email Disclaimer

Employees of Corporate Services are obliged not to make any defamatory statement or infringe upon any legal right pertinent to Corporate Services through any email communication and a communication of such nature is inconsistent with company policy. An employee who has operated in such fashion may be subject to a disciplinary hearing, be dismissed and the said employee concedes that Corporate Services may institute legal action against him or her, depending on the nature of the act. 

  1. Legal Compliance
Company details: Siyathutuka Outsourcing Procurement Financial Advisors CC trading as Corporate Services
Reg no: 1989/008953/23
Physical address: 7 van Eck Road, Avon Industrial, Dundee 3000, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Postal address: P.O. Box 293, Dundee 3000, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Company directors: Andrew Collett
Company Secretary: Erika Collett


  1. Legal remedy

Any disclosure of this email wholly or partially may result in civil liability and the recipient acknowledges that Corporate Services may institute legal action if the relevant terms and conditions stipulated in the above sections have been infringed upon and all arbitration will be referred to the rules of the South African Arbitration Foundation.