National Credit Act, 2005 (Act No. 34 of 2005)
Chapter 6 : Collection, Repayment, Surrender and Debt Enforcement
Part B : Surrender of goods
128. Compensation for consumer
|(1)||A consumer who has unsuccessfully attempted to resolve a disputed sale of goods in terms of section 127 directly with the credit provider, or through alternative dispute resolution under Part A of Chapter 7, may apply to the Tribunal to review the sale.|
|(2)||If the Tribunal considering an application in terms of this section is not satisfied that the credit provider sold the goods as soon as reasonably practicable, or for the best price reasonably obtainable, the Tribunal may order the credit provider to credit and pay to the consumer an additional amount exceeding the net proceeds of sale.|
|(3)||A decision by the Tribunal in terms of this section is subject to appeal to, or review by, the High Court to the extent permitted by section 148.|
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