Man allegedly sells vehicles, game without paying a cent of R8.5m purchase price for farm

Rhinos on the Jeffreys Bay game farm where poachers killed two and wounded a third on Wednesday. Picture supplied by police.

Purchaser allegedly professed to have big US investments, but owns nothing.

A Pretoria man who moved to a luxury game farm and allegedly started selling vehicles and game without paying a cent of the R8.5 million purchase price has been interdicted from hunting or selling the game, vehicles and furniture on the farm.

Pretoria businessperson Jan Moller, whose business, Oxford Cleaning and Paper, owns the game farm in Limpopo, applied for an urgent interdict in the High Court in Pretoria this week against Frans Strydom and his company, Auto Game Feeders, after Strydom allegedly reneged on a sales agreement to buy the farm.

Moller had wanted Strydom evicted, but their legal teams reached a settlement giving both parties 48 hours to make a new sales agreement, including strict payment terms, failing which Strydom would vacate voluntarily.

For the full article on The Citizen’s website, click on: Pta man allegedly sells vehicles, game without paying a cent of R8.5m purchase price for farm

 

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