Asked by mbali on 16-07-2021 19:14:36
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Hi. I’d like some assistance. I partnered with someone last year to help me sell sneakers I’d bought from a local retailer. He was meant to sell the shoes and send me my capital and my portion of the profits. He has since evaded me and any hasn’t contacted me with my money. I contacted him and only got stories and excuses about COVID although the stock has all been sold. We both signed a contract in this regard stating that once the sneakers were all sold_ as my money would then be due to me. A witness signed the document as well. It has been 10 months now. Do I have a case ? Is there hope for my situation?
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 19-07-2021 17:00:18
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Yes, you definitely have a case against him. How many sneakers are you talking about? What amount is due to you?
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