In the matter between: FIRSTRAND BANK LIMITED t/a inter alia FNB HOMELOANS (formerly FIRST NATIONAL BANK
In execution of a judgment of the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg (Republic of South Africa) in this suit, a sale
without reserve will be held at the office of the Sheriff Westonaria, on the 8th day of August 2014 at 10:00, at 50 Edwards
Avenue, Westonaria, of the undermentioned property of the Defendant, on conditions to be read out by the Auctioneer at the
time of the sale and which may be inspected at the office of the Sheriff, 50 Edwards Avenue, Westonaria, prior to the sale.
Certain: Erf 4601, Lenasia South Extension 4 Township, Registration Division I.Q, Province of Gauteng, measuring
880 (eight hundred and eighty) square metres, held by Deed of Transfer No. T12422/1997, situated at 9 Mount Reiners Street,
Lenasia South Ext. 4.
Improvements (not guaranteed): A dwelling consisting of a lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and a toilet.
24 No. 37857 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 25 JULY 2014
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Terms: Cash, immediate internet bank transfer into the Sheriff’s trust account or a bank guaranteed cheque immediately
on the property being knocked down to the purchaser, of 10% of the purchase price; the balance and interest on the full
purchase price at current bond rates payable against registration of transfer, to be secured by a bank, building society or other
acceptable guarantee to be furnished within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of sale. Auctioneer’s charges are payable and
calculated at 6% on the proceeds of the sale up to a price of R30 000 and thereafter 3.5% to a maximum fee of R9 655,00 and
a minimum of R485,00.
Sale subject to the Consumer Protection Act 6/2008 and the Financial Intelligence Act 2001 (FICA).
1. A person attending an auction to bid, must register as a bidder and comply with the requirements of:
(a) The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008, as amended;
(b) The Financial Intelligence Centre Act 2011 (FICA) in respect of the establishment and verification of identity;
(c) The further requirements for registration as a bidder;
(d) Conditions of sale.
2. A person attending the auction to bid on behalf of another entity, must produce a letter of authority, expressly authorising
him/her to bid as such. If a person will be bidding on behalf of a company and must be accompanied by a certified copy of the
resolution authorising him/her to do so. Both the bidder and the mandatory must comply with the requirements of the Financial
Intelligence Centre Act, 2001 (FICA), in respect of the establishment and verification of identity.
Dated at Johannesburg during July 2014.
VVM Inc., c/o Barnard & Patel, No. 17 Ivy Street, Clydesdale, Pretoria, DX 2, Randburg. Ref. J Hamman/ez/MAT 994.

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