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VISION AND HISTORY

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We offer a diverse product range that encompasses many sectors in the legal market as well as markets outside the legal community.
While we produce a Legal Diary and Directory that is intensely used by legal professionals, we also provide legal documentation such as Lease Agreements, Wills, Offers to Purchase, Powers of Attorney etc. which is readily available at many stationery stores for use of the man off the street.

By keeping up with the ever-changing legal profession, Hortors strives to achieve results that exceed expectations through commitment to our clients. We continue to add maximum value to their businesses by being accessible, efficient, responsive and technologically sophisticated.

We are committed to creating and sustaining an enriching environment through diversity and teamwork. Striving to improve while celebrating our accomplishments and assuring career opportunities by magnifying growth and financial strength. This is our promise to you, our client.



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  • We aware that we are having problems with the online shop, we are working to resolve these issues, and ask that you visit our other shop at http://sadiaries.co.za/ to purchase your product.

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