Constitutional law is a body of law which provides the legal foundation for the existence of the Republic, sets out the rights and duties of its citizens, and defines the structure of the Government.
The Constitution of South Africa is the Supreme Law of the country and the Constitutional Court is in turn the highest court of appeal in the country. The Constitutional Court has the jurisdiction to determine not only constitutional matters but also any other matter, if the Constitutional Court grants leave to appeal on the grounds that the matter raises an arguable point of law of general public importance which ought to be considered by that Court.
Symington De Kok attorneys can provide assistance and advice to clients in order to utilise the Constitution to protect and enforce their rights. Through our Litigation Department and by utilising our countrywide network of advocates and correspondents, we are able to attend to any matters related to Constitutional Law.
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