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Sheriff leaves liquor board empty-handed

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The sheriff will now attach the bank account as it was unable to source any assets that could be attached.

Picture: Danie van der Lith
THE SHERIFF of the court has been instructed to attach the banking accounts of the Northern Cape Liquor Board as it was unable to source any assets that could be attached, for a writ of execution, yesterday.

A lawyer’s letter from R Rabie Attorneys, dated August 26, requested the sheriff of the court to urgently attach all movable property, including all office furniture and equipment, immediately and to use the proceeds of the sale of the goods to offset payments.

The sheriff was informed that the client, Joseph Reed, has been waiting for almost a year for the attachment order to be executed.

Reed sought a cost order for loss of income after his ...

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