CIVIL PRACTICE – CONDONATION OF LATE FILLING OF COMPLETE RECORD FILED 1 ½ YEAR LATE
In this matter, the Supreme Court dealt with an application for condonation for the filing of an incomplete record. The appellant explained that despite relentless attendance to the offices of the transcription service providers in an attempt to obtain the missing part of the record, the transcribers were unwilling to assist satisfactorily therewith, as a result, a complete record was filed about one and a half years late. The missing parts of the record surfaced miraculously after a letter from the registrar of the Supreme . . .