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The Collapse of The Master of the High Court

The Collapse of The Master of the High Court

19 October 2021 5:11 PM

Guest: Louis Van Vuren | CEO at The Fiduciary Institute of Southern Africa (FISA)

 There is widespread collapse and complex remedial action is urgently needed. 

The Department of Justice IT system was hacked and manual appointments have not been made despite numerous requests to The Master's Office. One of society's most vital legal service systems has come to a grinding halt. 

The 15 Master’s Offices in the country, one for each division of the high court, deliver crucial services to the public in the administration of deceased estates and liquidations, as well as the registration and supervision of trusts, among others

The Fiduciary Institute of Southern Africa is a non-profit professional Organization. It represents fiduciary practitioners and sets high minimum standards for the industry.

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