I had a stroke on the 17th June 2020. It...

Asked by Lacking on 26-02-2021 21:38:55
Question posted in the National Credit Act Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

I had a stroke on the 17th June 2020.  It affected the dominant side of my body.  I was hospitalised; in a private hospital where they did cat and MRI scans, I have no medical. After release from hospital I was unable to walk or work. I needed to see a physiotherapist twice a week. I emailed my debt counsellor and told them I was experiencing financial difficulties and they must stop the debit order. They did this and sent a 17.3 form to my creditors.  All except one handed me to the lawyers.  Can you help me to reinstate the court order.

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