Hi. Someome made a case against me for D...

Asked by ZainC on 21-06-2021 17:15:03
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape

Hi. 

Someome made a case against me for DAMAGES TO PROPERTY.  But before all of this we had an agreement.  I told her i dont want cases against so to avoid that I'd rather pay her the ammount she wants. I gave her the ammount she want and i let her sign a paper which states that this is the last ammount..yet she went ahead and made a case. So how do i defend myself now

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 22-06-2021 21:04:48

Hi there,

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You need to explain to the police that you resolved the issue with the complainant and paid her in full for the damaged property, and that you've sorted it out between the two of you, and is no longer a criminal case.

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