Asked by MasterCraft
on 16-02-2020 10:38:38
Question posted in the Criminal Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 300.00
My ID book was stolen in December 2019 and I believe that the assailants are using it to commit securities fraud on an estate that I was classed with overseeing.
These persons might have changed my address on the legal system to prevent me from receiving court documents regarding this and other cases in my name.
These persons also might have drugged me to prevent me from going to police. I went to police recently but they are unwilling to help without reference to a court file.
What can I do in this situation and where can I change my address to receive court documents?
Kind regards, Nico
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