Through a law firm and advocate I obtain...

Asked by Stephan on 11-01-2023 12:08:09
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng

Through a law firm and advocate I obtained a Court order on 21 Febr 2022 against RAF. The proses was started in 2019 and firs handed in in 2020. The documents was issued to RAF twice. In 2020 and in 2021. They never responded and did not attedn or object in court est. After a court order is granted they have 180days to pay but did not. My mother who is the injured passed in 2021. And we had to start the proses over and a new court date was set for Febr 2022. My law firm did not want to help me with a Writ of Execution so I approuched the High Court in Jhb on my own and one was issued on the 13 September 2022 agains RAF. 

After receiving notice of sale did RAF informed the Lawyer that they will ask the High Court for a stay of execution. My Lawyers did not want to represent my in court due to fear of being black listed by RAF. They asked me to please have the Sheriff stop the selling of good that was shedualed for end Nov 2022. A meeting was proposed with RAF lawyers and myself. But this never took place.  I would like to continue with the Writ of Execution agains RAF but none of the firms will act agains RAF due to FEAR of being BLACKLISTED by RAF . I may need a Civil Lawyer and not a RAF Lawyer that can help defend me in the High Court should they proseed with them asking the High Court for a stay of Execution.  A lawyer that will not be threatened or be blacklisted by RAF.  My mother laweyr did this on pro bona and her Trust Paid the Advocate. After her passing the Estate paid the Advocate to again submit and obtained the Summons agains RAF. Can you help me ??

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