Asked by Swanepoel
on 27-01-2020 14:04:39
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
good day i need to find out we have a house that is on a bond had tenants leving in it but have not paid so we ask them to leave
we can not afford the bond what happens if we can not pay it can they thake my house that is paid up full or what
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 28-01-2020 20:25:33
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Your obligation to the bank is to pay your bond, and if you don't, your bank will issue a summons and sue you for the arrears. Then, they will attach your house and sell it through the sheriff.
You need to get the tenants out through a PIE Eviction Application - urgently!
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