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Sheriffs Login

Website Features for Sheriffs

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

To Login/Request Access

To Login or Request Access Click the 'Sheriff login' button in the top right of the website. If you have login details, enter these details and click Submit to be taken to your Sheriff profile. Sheriff's who still need to register can click on 'Request Access' and fill out the registration form for verification. A username and Password will then be sent to your e-mail address.



Stay up to date with the Calendar

On your Sheriffs Profile page you'll find a Calendar with all upcoming South African Board For Sherrifs Events, Meeting and more. Keep up to date with what's happening in your area.



RSVP to Events

Get in early on events with limited spacing. Fill out the simple form to RSVP and receive an e-mail bookings for



The Sheriff Forum

Instead of the usual Chain mails, try using the the Sheriff Forum to easily continue the conversation, start a topic, get other opinions and give yours. Simple click on the Sheriff's Forum button from your Sheriffs profile page



Download Sheriff Document and Forms

You now have easy access to all the necessary documents and forms as a sheriff you may need. Click Download Sheriffs Forms to access a full list of documents to be downloaded. In the near future, Sheriffs will be able to complete and submit forms online.


The Role of the Sheriff's Profession in Promoting Access to Justice

Monday, August 13, 2012

A NEW TERM BEGINS

Friday, August 10, 2012

SA Board for Sheriffs

On 15 March 2012 Minister Jeff Radebe and Deputy Minister Andries Nel called the new Boardmembers together for the first time in Cape Town. The services of five of the previous Boardmembers were retained to ensure continuity during the appointment process.

Repossession of vehicles and other assets (By Financial Institutions)

Friday, July 13, 2012

The Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff’s primary role is to serve or execute all documents issued by our courts. This includes summonses, notices, emolument attachment orders, warrants and court orders. All Sheriff’s and Deputy Sheriff’s must carry a valid Identification Card issued and renewable annually by the South African Board for Sheriffs. When executing duties with a legal court order the Sheriff can enter your premises, even when you are not there. Open any door, motor vehicle or piece of furniture on your premises. Attach, remove and sell your motor vehicle, furniture and movable or immovable property to recover your debt. If the person is in possession of the court order and valid Identification Card you as a member of the public have no alternative but to allow the Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff to remove your goods.

Some attorneys are being instructed by financial institutions to institute legal action against members of the public who have defaulted in their payments and once judgment and a court order has been granted and obtained it is given to various debt collectors, tracers, representatives or agents who attend on the debtors residential or employment addresses. They produce the court order and requests the debtor to hand over the motor vehicle, goods or personal assets.  As soon as the debtor consents to handing over of his or her assets it is deemed that the debtor consents to the financial institution repossessing the assets.  The financial institution’s action by instructing these “agencies” to recover motor vehicles and other goods with a court order is unlawful. As stated, only a Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff may serve or execute court orders or judgments.

Members of the public have the right to refuse handing over their motor vehicles, goods or personal assets to the debt collectors, tracers, representatives or agents of the financial institutions.

If you have a complaint or if you are unsure of your rights feel free to contact your local Sheriffs office or the South African Board for Sheriffs.

SHERIFFS INTERNATIONAL WORLD DAY 9 JUNE 2011 : CALL FOR JUSTICE TO THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN !!

Saturday, June 09, 2012

THE FAILURE TO MAINTAIN CHILDREN IS THE SCOURGE OF ANY COMMUNITY!!

Sheriffs are uniting against the injustice to children and are calling out on an international scale, in over 73 countries worldwide, to parents of these children for a restoration of the dignity of these fragile individuals that do not have the ability to speak for themselves. The rights of these children are non negotiable and should be respected as a primary responsibility of parents who need to maintain them with dignity.

STOP THE ABUSE! PAY YOUR MAINTENANCE ! RESTORE THEIR DIGNITY AND GIVE THEM A CHANCE IN LIFE !

UIHJ , SANAPS , SAIS,  SABFS