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Your Worst Enemy by Jacobus Kotze

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Your Worst Enemy
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ISBN-13: 9781301520985
Number of pages: 170

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This book is about the way defaulters are treated by their bank once they fall on hard times and cannot pay the instalment anymore. There are many legal rights which offer good protection against abuse and this book explains them all in clear non-legalise English. Even a poor man deserves equality before the law. Based on cases he dealt with in his legal consultancy this is not fiction.

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