i rented a car from my employer in 2019t...

Asked by MJ on 14-12-2022 13:46:18
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to Eastern Cape

i rented a car from my employer in 2019

th guy new where his car was and i worked fir him since 2019 till 2022 april 

that i gave it to a mr siyobi for him to assist me with money back in 2020 because of covid bills just kept on pilling up 

i the loaned R50k from Mr siyobi 

while he held on the bakkie , what we did in order for him to have that money for me , we did a contract of sale to show his wife that he bought the car from me . 

Mr siyobi passed on in 2021 , when we he passed i started paying his wife R2000 every month so far from 2021 november till 2022 april i have paid them close to R23k

now my employer knew where the car was all these years 

but this year in april i started my own rental business then he went and opend a case of theft under false pretence on me 

we have have going to court on the metter since september of this and today the matter was transfered to regional court 

from megistrates court 

my lawyer just doesnt give me enough info on what to expect when we return on the 24th of januray 2023

i just need to know if this will stick because it is all false and i even got arrested for this and i feel as if the courts also dont know the true nature of the case 

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