Asked by Wiehan on 06-04-2021 11:30:17
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
I was asked by my ex-brother in law to help him fix or sell his car. I received the car but it was in a bad state, I asked a family member to help out with the mevhanics and so forth and also if he knows of someone that might want to buy the car. After months of asking about the car he said that the car is with the mechanic and gave me his number, I then contacted the mechanic and ge informed me that the car has been sold and the monies were paid to my family member, the buyer the decided that he does not want the car anymore as he was asking for the reg papers of the car and got no feedback, I do have the reg papers in my possesion but wad unaware of the sale. I was told that the moenies were returned to the buyer but when the mechanic wanted to go and pick the car up it was already stripped and parts were missing. What are the steps I should take next, the family member gave the go ahead for the sale and did not inform me.
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