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There's a New Sheriff in Town

Published on 11/27/2013
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There's a New Sheriff in Town


Sometimes, when luck is running against you, it is possible to form the belief that all hope is gone and no one can help. While this is almost never true, becoming a victim of the legal debt collection system may make you feel like a lone Ranger with a target painted on your butt!

 

The sharp end of the legal debt collection system is your local Sheriff. If you grew up watching Western movies your mental image of a Sheriff may be that of a proud defender of peace loving citizens. In the movies, your Sheriff was constantly on the lookout for any danger that may threaten his town folk and he would take the time to help little old ladies across the street while simultaneously engaged in a gun battle with the James Gang.

 

This romantic image is not what your local Sheriff is about. His job is to:

 

Serve summonses and notes

 

Execute writs of execution

 

Demand monies and costs reflected on the issued writs

 

Attach assets

 

Remove and store attached assets

 

Sell these assets in execution

 

Execute warrants of arrest

 

Evict defendants from occupied premises

 

Enforce any order of the court


During the process of achieving any of the above goals, the Sheriff is NOT obliged to read you your rights, or explain what you could immediately do to lessen the impact of his actions.

(Applicable in South Africa)

 

So, let’s reel back the movie a few scenes and take a ‘slow motion’ look at everything that may have happened to dramatically increase the possibility of a forced repossession of your worldly goods. 

 

 STOP THIS NONSENCE FOR $2 A WEEK

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