Our Editor Zak King interviews Seb Alexanderson of National Debt Advisors about garnishee orders (EAOs). What are they? Can they be avoided? Can they be included in a debt review? Can debt review help consumers with garnishee orders? Did the Constitutional Court kill garnishee orders?
Debtfree DIGI Magazine is out The September issue of Debtfree Magazine is available. This month we discuss why stress is so bad and what you can do about debt stress (and other forms of stress to..like stress over your client’s … read more
Con Court Upholds Spirit of W Cape Ruling On ‘Garnishee’ Orders When a group of poor farm workers were hit with a series of “garnishee” orders that left them penniless at the end of each month they decided to get … read more
Can An Account Be Reinstated Once Judgement Is Granted? This was the question which has slowly been climbing it’s way from court to court in an effort to get clarity on a particular section of the National Credit Act which … read more
‘Garnishee’ Case Goes To Constitutional Court The all important Constitutional Court case regarding Emoluments Attachment Orders – EAOs(often called Garnishee Orders) will be heard on the 3rd of March 2016. The case began a while back in Stellenbosch in Cape … read more
W Cape Employers do not have to make Salary Deductions A recent ruling in the Western Cape High Court in regard to Garnishee Orders has once again changed the garnishee order (EAO) collections landscape. When Mr. Tinus Slubbert heard that a … read more
THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT HAVE MADE A RULING ABOUT FERRIS DEBT REVIEW MATTER Debt Counsellors have been waiting for a while to hear the result in a debt review related matter that has made it’s way all the way to the … read more
When a creditor gets tired of playing nice, trying to get funds out of a consumer voluntarily, they send out a letter called a section 129 notice. This letter is the last warning that a creditor is about to send … read more