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ZA2016-00242 NEDBANK LIMITED vs. JAMES SAI
  nedbankgreenback.co.za - Pending
nedbankloan.co.za - Pending
nedbankloans.co.za - Pending
nedbankhomeloan.co.za - Pending
nedbankpersonalloans.co.za - Pending
nedbankcareer.co.za - Pending
nedbankcreditcard.co.za - Pending
nedbankvacancies.co.za - Pending
   
   
ZA2016-00241 DISCOVERY LIMITED vs. FNBEASY
  dicovery.co.za - Pending
   
   
ZA2016-00240 VERIZON TRADE MARK SERVICES LLC vs. PRIVEN REDDY
  verizondigital.co.za - Pending
   
   
ZA2016-00239 CARDINAL ASSOCIATES, INC vs. JOHN FORTE
  Decision: Cardinal Associates, Inc vs. John Forte optimsm.co.za - Transfer
   
   
ZA2016-00238 VIRTUAL DATES, INC vs. HARGURNAZ SINGH
  Decision: Virtual Dates, Inc vs. Hargurnaz Singh domainking.co.za - Refused
   
   
ZA2016-00237 GRABIT HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD vs. PAUL JANISCH
  Decision: Grabit  Holdings (Pty) Ltd vs. Paul Janisch grabit.co.za - Transfer
   
   
ZA2016-00236 JAMES PURDEY & SONS LIMITED vs. DEON VENTER
  Decision: James Purdey & Sons Limited vs. Deon Venter purdey.co.za - Transfer
   
   
ZA2016-00235 FUJIKURA LTD vs. DEWAN HATTINGH
  Decision: Fujikura Ltd vs. Dewan Hattingh fujikura80s.co.za - Transfer
   
   
ZA2016-00234 SASOL LIMITED vs. PHASE CHANGE
  Decision: Sasol Limited  vs. Phase Change sasolmedgapcover.co.za - Transfer
   
   
ZA2016-00233 SASOL LIMITED vs. GREGORY WALKER
  Decision: Sasol Limited vs. gregory walker sasolholdings.co.za - Transfer
   


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