Asked by dewald
on 27-01-2020 12:22:20
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Child is finished with Primary School for over 10 years already. Father never paid the school and monther was not aware of this. (parents are divorsed.
Now after 10 years the lawyer says because the Father did not pay it becomes the mothers responisbility. Last year was the fist time the mother become aware of this and requeste the lawyer to send all the details which they refused to do as they said the mother is not paying the bill and as such they cannot release the info to her.
Yet this morning they send a legal action sms in the fathers name to the mother- according to them the schools act grants them this permission.
Dont a claim expiry afetr 3 years ?
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