Asked by Robert on 09-04-2022 09:08:00
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law category relating to Northern Cape
Good day, I recently pay an school fees agreement I made with a Pr-Primary school. I choose the option of paying the yearly amount. On the agreement I signed there was no payment date for yearly payers. I made the payment on the last day of Feb just to find out after a month that I made a late payment and do not qualify for the discount yearly payers receive. I red the agreement again and there was no date regarding payment on yearly amount. Am I liable to pay the access? Can the law protect me regarding no dates on agreements?
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