Advanced Programme in Insolvency Litigation and Admin (in conjunction with the Law Society of South Africa)

This course is presented in conjunction with the Law Society of South Africa.

The Advanced Programme in Insolvency Litigation and Administration Practice is designed to facilitate your further legal training and development as attorney in the field of insolvency litigation and administration, or if you are looking to move into this specialised field of financial law. The course specifically covers topics of sequestration and liquidation applications, procedures for business rescue, statutory compromises, as well as intervening applications. You will also become more familiar with the impact of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 on insolvency law practice and business rescue. This course is presented in conjunction with the Law Society of South Africa.

Course content

  • Sequestration and liquidation applications
  • Procedures for business rescue
  • Statutory compromises
  • Intervening applications
  • Appeals and reviews
  • Rescinding sequestration and liquidation orders

Learning outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to facilitate legal education and development, and movement of attorneys into this specialised field of practice.

Who should enrol?
This course is ideal for you if you are a legal practitioner who wishes to specialise in Insolvency Law. Also, if you are a practising attorneys/candidate attorneys, practitioners and legal advisers.

Course fees
R6 500.00 per delegate (VAT incl.)
Course fees include all course material, refreshments and other materials.
Course fees must be paid in full 14 days prior to course start dates. Proof of payment can be submitted to

Admission requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a Bachelor’s Degree as the programme will be presented on a postgraduate level and is designed for legal practitioners who practice in the field of Insolvency Law.

Accreditation and certification
Enterprises University of Pretoria (Pty) Ltd is wholly owned by the University of Pretoria. As a public higher education institution, the University of Pretoria functions in accordance to the Higher Education Act 101 of 1997. Enterprises University of Pretoria offers short courses on behalf of the University and these short courses are not credit-bearing, and do not lead to formal qualifications on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) – unless stated otherwise. Delegates who successfully complete a short course and comply with the related assessment criteria (where applicable) are awarded certificates of successful completion and/or attendance by the University of Pretoria.

Registration and enquiries
Course coordinator

Dolly Mabuza
Tel: +27 (0)12 434 2576

Course leader
Dr Andre Boraine
Department of Procedural Law, University of Pretoria
Tel: +27 12 4202055

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