REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA
WINDHOEK - 15 July 2005
PROCEDURE FOR ADVERTISING IN THE
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE OF THE REPUBLIC
7. No liability is accepted for any delay in the
publication of advertisements/notices, or for the
publication of such on any date other than that stipulated by
the advertiser. Similarly no liability is accepted in respect
of any editing, revision, omission, typographical errors or
errors resulting from faint or indistinct copy.
1. The Government Gazette (Estates) containing
advertisements, is published on every Friday. If a Friday
falls on a Public Holiday, this Government Gazette is
published on the preceding Thursday.
8. The advertiser will be held liable for all compensation
and costs arising from any action which may be instituted
against the Government of Namibia as a result of the
publication of a notice with or without any omission,
errors, lack of clarity or in any form whatsoever.
2. Advertisements for publication in the Government
Gazette (Estates) must be addressed to the Government
Gazette Office, P.B. 13302, Windhoek, or be delivered at
Justitia Building, Independence Avenue, Second Floor,
Room 219, Windhoek, not later than 15:00 on the ninth
working day before the date of publication of this
Government Gazette in which the advertisement is to be
9. The subscription for the Government Gazette is
N$517.18 including VAT per quarter, obtainable from
Capital Press, 18 Bismarck Street, P.O. Box 6248,
Windhoek. Postage must be prepaid by all subscribers.
Single copies of the Government Gazette are obtainable
from Capital Press, 18 Bismarck Street, P.O. Box 6248,
Windhoek, at the price as printed on copy. Copies are kept
in stock for two years only.
3. Advertisements are published in this Government
Gazette for the benefit of the public and must be furnished
in English by the advertiser or his agent.
10. The charge for the insertion of notices is as follows
and is payable in the form of cheques, postal or money
4. Only legal advertisements shall be accepted for
publication in the Government Gazette (Estates) and are
subject to the approval of the Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Justice, who may refuse the acceptance of
further publication of any advertisement.
5. The Ministry of Justice reserves the right to edit and
revise copy and to delete there from any superfluous detail.
Transfer of business .......................................
Deeds: Lost documents .................................
Business Notices ............................................
Administration of Estates Act Notices, Forms
J187, 193, 197, 297, 517 and 519 .................
6. Advertisements must as far as possible be
typewritten. The manuscript of advertisements must be
written on one side of the paper only and all proper nouns
plainly inscribed. In the event of any name being
incorrectly printed as a result of indistinct writing, the
advertisement can only be reprinted on payment of the cost
of another insertion.
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