The litigation process on e-Tolls is split into two parts:
The Initial Legal Review 2012 and 2013
E-Toll Decision Confirmed
Sanral Oppose Interdict
SANRAL Records Delivered
Con Court Arguments
OUTA Heads of Argument
Supplementary Heads of Argument
This is where OUTA and its members are today, challenging SANRAL’s e-toll summonses.
The Defensive Challenge 2016 & Currently unfolding
In May 2016, SANRAL indicated their intentions to start serving summonses against e-Toll defaulters. To our knowledge and as claimed by SANRAL, they have served roughly 6000 summonses to e-toll defaulters in the Regional / Magistrate courts (for values below R300,000) and in the High Court (over R300,000).
A number of OUTA’s members were served summonses and we have given notice to defend each and every case that our members have notified of their receipt of a summons thus far.