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Unfair judgment - what can I do?

Nov 22 2012 14:22

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A Fin24 user is concerned over a judgment placed against him by a service provider after he had arranged debt repayments. He writes:

I recently discovered that a certain bank placed a judgment against me, irrespective of the fact that debt councillors went to court and debt repayments were arranged.

The judgment date shows that it was after the court order was obtained and payments were up to date.

What can I do to resolve this?

Clark Gardner, CEO of 6cents.co.za and Summit Financial Wellbeing, responds:

The short answer is as a result of the court order regarding the debt review application, it can be used to rescind the judgment that took place thereafter.

 - Fin24

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