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End Your Debt has a range of products to assist our clients better their current financial situation.

The surrendering of your estate is a process instituted by the Courts to help persons that are no longer in a position to honor their debts due to uncontrollable circumstances.

  • Most importantly – ALL YOUR DEBT IS WRITTEN OFF – including the debt already blacklisted on ITC. (You will not have to pay back any of your creditors and you will be completely debt free).
  • You will no longer be liable towards your creditors, including banks, personal loans, TAX etc.
  • You will no longer need to communicate with any of your creditors, we will handle all communications.
  • After the Rehabilitation your Credit Record and ITC will be clean and you can continue debt free with your life.

The surrendering of your estate is a process instituted by the Courts to help persons that are no longer able to pay their debts due to circumstances out of their control.

  • Most importantly – ALL YOUR DEBT IS WRITTEN OFF – including the debt you are already blacklisted for on ITC (You will not have to pay back any of your creditors and you will be completely debt free).
  • You will be able to stay in your house or rent it out for + another 8 - 10 months before you have to move.
  • You do NOT need to appear in court or communicate with your creditors.
  • You will be able to keep your furniture and other movable assets.

Rehabilitation is a legal process which happens by order of the High Court of South Africa, whereby the Insolvent (applicant) is declared financially fit and proper again by the High Court.

  • Rehabilitation Order obtained in the High Court.
  • ITC Clearance on all Credit Bureaus.

We have team of legal experts and attorneys that helps us to legally remove listings from our customer credit profiles.

  • Removal of Debt Review
  • Removal of Judgments
  • Removal of Default Listings
  • Subscriptions where debt wasn’t pursued in 3 years
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When a business fails and is unable to pay its debts, it can be placed into liquidation. An application will be brought in the High Court and a liquidator will be appointed to take charge of the estate to sell the assets by way of public auction.