Asked by Anonymous
on 20-11-2018 06:14:01
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Eastern Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Good morning, my girlfriend of 1 year up and left my flat with my furniture worth R60000 with her. We got enganged in January and would have married tradionally end of October. My leave got declined at work and she got furious about that. She informed me that she was no longer comfortable staying with me until I pay lobola. She informed me that she would move out and find another flat which i would pay for until my house is in order. I greed to it. Before that agreement was fullifiled as it was still in the month and i hadnt been paid, she took all my furniture with her. She never contributed to any of it and the bulk of the furniture she found me with it. I have made a Police report but I was not helped as they treated the matter as a civil case and I was instructed to obtain a court order to be assisted by the Police. What will be the most cost effective way to get back my furniture in this case without the help of an attorney which have proved so expensive.
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