Dear SirMadamI lost everything due to Co...

Asked by paulgerbfn on 10-04-2021 17:01:49
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Free State

Dear Sir/Madam

I lost everything due to Covid-19.  I am in the process of being evicted from my apartment due to non-payment of my Rent.  (I will soon be homeless)

I do not deny the debt.  What I want to do is to launch a Fundraising over the Internet.  My question is this:

I want to include the Court Documents in my Fundraising Website to PROOF that my Fundraising is genuine and true.  I understood that Court Documents are PUBLIC and can be published on the Internet, specifically for the reason that I want to do it, that is, to try and RAISE FUNDS to pay the debt and to be able to rent a new apartment.

Is it true that Court documents are Public and that I can use it in my efforts to raise Funds ?  (The relevant documents can be submitted to you if needed)

Thank you very much

Greetings

Paul

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 12-04-2021 16:36:50

Hi there,

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Q: Is it true that Court documents are Public and that I can use it in my efforts to raise Funds? --> 100% true. You can publish them.

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