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Good day,

When my partner bought a new car, a client of hers whom she has known for years asked to “take over” the old car. An agreement was signed with the bank that while the car is still in her name, the new person would be responsible for payment.
It has been three years and the car has only been paid for about 5 – 6 months. There is always some sort of excuse from the new owner. We then recently found out that he had given the car to someone else, who in turn had given it to yet another person.
My partner has been blacklisted as a result and we’ve both had enough of this very drawn out issue. What can we do? What kind of action can we take? We don’t know where the car is right now so taking it back wouldn’t be easy.
I would appreciate your assistance very much.

Regards,

Mallory

Amended by author 5th December 2017, 14:33

Good day,

When my partner bought a new car, a friend asked to “take over” the old car. An agreement was signed with the bank that while the car is still in her name, the new person would be responsible for payment.
It has been three years and the car has only been paid for about 5 – 6 months. We recently found out that he no longer has the car.
My partner has been blacklisted as a result.  What kind of action can we take?

Thank you

Category:  Civil Matters, Letters of Demand

Region: South Africa, Gauteng