Our Provincial NetLaw product now consists of all Acts, Ordinances and Regulations in force. During the last quarter of 2014 we completed and added all Regulations in terms of Acts and Ordinances currently in force, making it the most up-to-date, reliable and comprehensive collection of Provincial Legislation. Read More
A first for the legal fraternity – Provincial Acts and Ordinances, as they were at a particular point in time – available at your fingertips.
Sabinet is one of South Africa’s leading suppliers of online legal information and has been in the online information industry for 30 years.
Sabinet has released its Provincial Legislation product, Provincial NetLaw, consisting of more than 440 Acts and Ordinances still currently in force and applicable to all South African Provinces from 1910 to date.
Says Ros Hattingh, Managing Director of Sabinet: “Following on the success of our South African Legislation product, NetLaw, the creation of Provincial NetLaw was the next logical step. Based on our experience with online legislation, we realised that incorporating point-in-time versions of the Acts would add immense value to users of Provincial legislation. We are pleased to be able to offer this new service to subscribers.”
Subscribers to Sabinet’s Provincial NetLaw will be able to search for the information they need, using an efficient and easy to use Google-like search interface. The ease of use and the accurate and trustworthy information available via this product will simplify the execution of daily tasks and responsibilities for users of Provincial Legislation.
Complementary services offered by Sabinet include South African Legislation (NetLaw), Retrospective Provincial Gazettes (1910-1994) and Provincial Gazettes (1994 to date).
We are still in the process of completing some outstanding Acts/ Ordinances and Regulations in force, whereafter we will complete all Acts/Ordinances/Regulations and assigned Acts ever published.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +27 12 643 9500 or visit the website: www.sabinet.co.za.