Asked by Abongile on 21-10-2022 20:48:38
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
My name is Abongile Mbewu, based in Mthatha (Eastern Cape). I was recently served with a "Notice of Set Down" for a Nedbank liability from 2019. I am expected to appear at the Magistrate's Court on the 10th of November. I have no idea what this means, or what I need to do. I bought a car and then I lost my job in 2019. I ended up doing a voluntary surrender and returned the car, but have not been able to pay the outstanding balance since then. I recently started working again in May this year.
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