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SPARTAN WHOLESALERS IN COURT OVER E197 000 ARREAR RENTALS

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MBABANE – Spartan Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd has been taken to court over alleged arrear rentals valued at slightly over E197 000.


In notice of motion with allegations whose veracity is to be tested in court, Arlindo De Souza (first applicant) and Vincelux Investments (Pty) ( second applicant) Ltd has applied that the lease agreement be cancelled and Spartan Wholesalers (respondent) be evicted from the shop number five, Plot 213, Tenbergen Street, Manzini.


It has also been prayed that pending payment of the outstanding sum in respect of the premises from which they were running a motor spare business, they be interdicted from removing any of the movable goods presently on the premises pending finalisation of the court application.


The applicant also prayed for attachment, be kept under lock and do whatever necessary to prevent removal of movable goods at the premises sufficient to satisfy the owed amount pending finalisation of the application.


Vincelux Investments also prayed for an inventory to be made and costs of application.
In a founding affidavit by Wandile Sihlongonyane who is a Director of Vincelux Solutions, an estate agent of Arlindo De Souza, it was stated that on June 27, 2014 at Manzini, the second applicant signed a lease agreement that was effective from January 31, 2014.
 The respondent was represented by John A. Rose.


The period of the lease was three years with an option to renew and it commenced January 1, 2014 and was to be terminated on 31 December 2016.

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