Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Hi , hope you are safe.
I recently sold a car that was on my name. I do not know a lot about the documents and what was required besides for the fact that I needed the NCO form filled. I met the buyer and he agreed to buy the car however he claimed that he will hold back 20% of the money because I didn't have the car logbook. I did not know any better (I actually had the logbook) . He has taken all the documents including the contract and logbook however he did not fill the forms where the buyer needs to fill and never paid me in full. Is there any way to get him to fill the forms and pay the balance. I have photographs of the contract and he's ID .
Answer to the Question
Hi there Jude,
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It is going to be hard to force him to complete the forms and transfer ownership of the car onto his name, until such time as the current vehicle licence expires and he can't apply for a new one (because the car is still on your name).
I think that you should first make enquiries at the Vehicle Licencing Department to see if the car is still on your name, or not.
Then take it from there.
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