With the coming into operation of the National Credit Act, many lenders felt that (too) much leniency is afforded to borrowers when they default on their repayments. The good and necessary aims of the Act aside, there are instances where borrowers appear to abuse the relief options afforded by the Act. There is, however, always a point of no return, where the money must be repaid or the asset is lost.
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