Good dayMy husband and myself was the ow...

Asked by Anna on 04-03-2020 09:37:44
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 250.00

Good day

My husband and myself was the owners of a bottlestore in Verkeerdevlei, Freestate. The bottlestore was sold to JA & I Smit during December 2006.  EG Cooper Attorneys was the attorneys that handle this sale.

I was paid infull for this transaction but they have deducted an amount of R 3500 for the transfer of the liquor license. I have faxed

the Attorneys a letter on 30 January 2007 and asked for the proof that the liqour license was transferred from my name. (I do have the proof of the letter as well as fax confirmation)

Somebody called me last week and asked if I can help to transfer the license to the new owners.

From the sale to Smit it seems that the bottlestore change ownership twice. (Goodyear and Das)

The lisence is still in our name. (I did confirm with the Liqour board in the Free State)

I am not sure how they renew the lisence yearly because this is still under our name and that they put our lifes in jeopardy, because the bottlestore has also an operational bar.

Could you please show us the direction to go with this.

For 13 years this is going on!

Hope to hear from you soon.

Anna Marais

083 266 0225 

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