Asked by busisiwe Nkuna
on 12-05-2019 00:46:01
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 150.00
How do I sue my former landlord for selling goods she took as surety and didn't inform me of the sale?
I and my husband moved to a rented apartment October 2019 where an agreement with the landlord was reached over the deposit and an amount was paid to to her few weeks into the month she started calling and harassing us for the next rent and deposit. She proceeded to come to the apartment when I was not there but with my husband took my fridge Nd washer that were brand new and sold them for 6200 a fragment of the price I expected she didn't say anything nor inform us of the transaction
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