Noorjehaan Edros

Senior Associate
+27 (0) 21 801 5240
+27 (0) 86 505 2475
Noori Edros is an Associate of Adriaans Attorneys focusing mainly on municipal laws, corporate recovery, business rescue, insolvency, administrative law and family and matrimonial law.

  • 2008 - University of the Western Cape, Bachelor of Laws (LLB)


  • Law Society of the Cape Of Goodhope 
  • Drafting High Court and Magistrate Court pleadings, notices and attending to trial in various types of matters including but not limited to contractual and delictual claims.  Assisting clients in insolvency related matters
  • Drafting of liquidation and sequestration applications
  • Drafting of applications for the extension of liquidators' powers
  • Litigation arising as a result of the liquidation of companies
  • Advising client on divorce proceedings including access and contact applications, maintenance claims and applications for protection orders
  • Advising clients on property disputes, local government law and evictions
  • Litigation arising from claims for outstanding municipal services and rates, delictual claims, contractual claims and planning disputes
  • Acted for the Fidentia Group in delictual claims and eviction matters
  • Assisting municipalities on various matters in the High Court and Magistrate’s Courts, including but not limited to, contractual claims, damages and personal injury claims, demolition orders and eviction applications
  • Defending urgent application(s) brought against clients for various litigious matters
  •  Acting for clients in respect of breach of contract
  • Assisting clients with evictions in terms of the Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act (PIE) and the Extension of Security of Tenure Act ( ESTA)
  • Curatorships
Noori joined Adriaans Attorneys as a Candidate Attorney in 2012 and was appointed as an Associate in 2014.
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