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A credit provider is entitled to enforce a loan that is subject to a debt-restructuring order without notice to the debtor once that order has been

Debt review and the National Credit Act

A credit provider is entitled to enforce a loan that is subject to a debt-restructuring order without notice to the debtor once that order has been

Acknowledgement of debt is credit agreement but once-off loan does not require a registered credit provider

Acknowledgement of debt is credit agreement but once-off loan does not require a registered credit provider

The high court has confirmed that a simple acknowledgement of debt is a credit agreement as envisaged in section 8(4)(f) of the National Credit Act, 2005.

Acknowledgement of debt is credit agreement but once-off loan does not require a registered credit provider

Acknowledgement of debt is credit agreement but once-off loan does not require a registered credit provider

The high court has confirmed that a simple acknowledgement of debt is a credit agreement as envisaged in section 8(4)(f) of the National Credit Act, 2005.