I have been struggling to pay for my bon...

Asked by Thabo on 19-02-2024 04:41:44
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng

I have been struggling to pay for my bond. the bank took the matter last year 2023 Feb to court on an unopposed roll. I went and the judge gave me six month to remedy the situation. but I still struggled. may in that year to today I made 4 payments. the matter has been placed again on the unopposed roll for today 19th and I really need more time. I did apoint an Attorney but this morning at 00:00, he sent a message saying I should appear on my own an ask for more time. Is there something I can do if the bank if given the order or is the a way to buy time here?

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