I signed a a plaintiff of admission liab...

Asked by Bianca on 29-11-2022 02:57:55
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng

I signed a a plaintiff of admission liability and installments agreement in term of sec 57 ACT 32/44  . Before understanding any of it u need insight of it Pleas . Infackt I the agreement was , that I sign it . And my son gets to keep going to school . A day later they tell me he can't.  Now that I have readed it thoroughly i don't agree with it . Because I have to look after my son Pleas help me

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 03-12-2022 21:17:31

Hi there,

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Did you read the admission of liability and acknowledgment of debt document before you signed it? Was it part of the oral agreement that your son can continue going to school if you sign it?

Att. Patrick 

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