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Awarded Best Again

For several years in a row now Mc Naught and Company have been voted Best Legal Service Provider in the South of Durban. This competition runs in the local Durban South community newspaper, the Southland Sun.

Working hard at customer service makes for a memorable experience for our clients and we aim to not only be the most competent attorneys around, but also the ones who give you the best legal experience.

2017 Award
Receiving the award again this year, determined by reader votes, Mark Leathers, Partner at Mc Naught and Company Bluff office receives our “BEST” Certificate from Michelle of the Sun Newspaper group.

Thanks to our staff for helping keep the Certificate again this year and to the readers for acknowledging us.

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