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Dispute spreads

Class-action suits by lawyers in two other provinces - the Western Cape and the Free State - have been filed against the LSSA after a class-action suit by nine Gauteng lawyers led to papers being served on the LSSA and 11 examiners. The lawyers want the results of the exams to be declared legal.

JM Verwey, a legal representative for several lawyers who sat the exam in the Free State, confirmed at the weekend that papers similar to those served in Gauteng would be served on the LSSA and the Free State branch of the society. The Free State society had until Friday afternoon to respond to its members' grievances over the cancellation.

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