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When Your Lease isn’t a “Lease”: Beware, the National Credit Act’s Protections Don’t Always Apply

 “In effect, [the High Court] held that the particular lease was not a lease. This may sound like a fragment of Alice in Wonderland. If that is so, it is because the [National Credit] Act itself could have been written … Continue reading

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When your lease isn’t a “lease” – Beware, the National Credit Act’s protections don’t always apply

“In effect, [the High Court] held that the particular lease was not a lease. This may sound like a fragment of Alice in Wonderland. If that is so, it is because the [National Credit] Act itself could have been written … Continue reading

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The Updated Credit Provider Registration Threshold – Are You Still Exempt?

If you are a credit provider and required to register as such in terms of the NCA (National Credit Act), not doing so can have drastic consequences for you.  For a start, a court can make any “just and equitable … Continue reading

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