Asked by Junaid Abrahams
on 21-05-2019 09:47:42
Question posted in the National Credit Act Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
I lodged an application for a rescission of my debt review in Oct 2018 and received a court date for my case to be heard in Feb 2019. When my attorneys arrived at court they were informed that the court had lost my case file.
They had then asked whether they could open a duplicate file and ask the Magistrate to hear the matter. The Magistrate however declined to hear the matter as he was of the opinion that he needs the court file notes in order to make his decision.
My attorneys have subsequently informed me that they have taken the court on review, with another agonising wait on the cards for myself.
I'd like to know if there is any other course of action I could persue. Could I contact teh court directly, in the case that my attorneys are possibly giving me the run-around afetr I've already paid the associated fees.
My life is now on hold after I've invested a few years in rehabiltion of my credit status and urgently need to move on with my life. I lodged the rescission as I will shortly have to relocate and won't be able to enter into a bond agreement with this hanging over me. My life is literally at a stand still 9 months after stating the process.
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