Hamlet Heneke

Hamlet Heneke completed his degree in 2015 and then embarked on his legal journey by working at a labour practice in Wellington where he gained useful knowledge in labour law. After his stint, Hamlet worked in the legal insurance sector where he received numerous prizes for services rendered to clients. Whilst working in the legal insurance industry, Hamlet completed his Practical Legal Training Court (PLT) through the University of Cape Town. After completing his PLT Hamlet enrolled for his Practical Vocational Training through a prominent Litigation firm in Cape Town, focusing primarily on High Court Litigation.

Hamlet was admitted as an attorney on 2 July 2019. Aside from Hamlet’s undeniable passion for the law, he is passionate about wildlife, nature, and he is a habitual freshwater angler.

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Further unpacking subrogation – The don’ts

Short term insurance is regulated by the Short-Term Insurance Act no. 53 of 1998 as amended. The Policy holder (“Insured”) can insure various items, whether it be household contents, motor vehicles or personal items. Insurance is important, in the sense that it …

Certain limitations applicable to protection orders

Introduction There are certain limitations to what protection, protection orders can offer. Some abuse the process to cause frustration in a particular area of the law which may require different recourse for a truly aggrieved party. As a point of departure there…

Burial Societies unpacked

Introduction Burial Societies and Funeral Parlours have an essential role in society. They provide a means of access to funeral cover to those who cannot afford...

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