Legal Rights Information

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Learn how to navigate legal situations on the road, such as getting puled over by the police, recognising lawful and illegal roadblocks, and managing arrests and vehicle searches.

Learn how to manage the law around traffic fines, such as how to check if you have outstanding fines, avoiding illegal fines, appealing legal fines and reducing their amounts.

Learn about drunk driving and the real law behind it, including knowing your alchohol limits, your rights in the case of a breathalyser or blood test and more.

Learn about the constitutional right to protest, how to manage police violence or arrests, and your rights around filming or photographic the police.

Understand your rights concerning drug possession, arrest and searches in South Africa amongst many more.

Learn how to interact with the South African police and understand your rights when being searched, arrested or applying for police bail.

Empower yourself and others by learning about what domestic violence is and how to apply for a protection order.

Everything you need to know as an employee or employer when it comes to unfair dismissal.

Learn about the current law around marijuana and when you are legally allowed to smoke dagga or cultivate it, amongst much more.

Learn about the rules of small claims court and how to prepare your case to claim back your money.

Learn about how much maintenance a father or mother has to pay and for how long they must pay maintenance for, as well as what the Maintenance Act says, amongst much more.

Educate yourself about when you are entitled to apply for a social grant and what the procedure is to obtain a grant, amongst much more.

Learn about the requirements of a valid will, how to amend an existing will or how to cancel one.

Everything you need to know about your right to privacy and protection of personal data and information.

Learn about the current law around marijuana and when you are legally allowed to smoke dagga or cultivate it, amongst much more.