Once the court grants your Rehabilitation order, the Registrar of the High Court must despatch a copy of the order to the credit bureaus who must then remove your adverse credit information. As a back up we will also follow through with the necessary documentation to clear your credit report of adverse listings. According to the rules of the credit bureaus, if no one objects to the removal of your name from the credit bureau within twenty one days, they must remove all adverse information that arose before the date of your Sequestration. It sometimes happens that a Credit Provider has taken judgement against you after you have been Sequestrated. The credit bureaus then refuse to remove the judgements that were taken after Sequestration unless they receive a letter from the Credit Provider stating that the debt was incurred before Sequestration. The removal of adverse listings is meant to take 30 days. In instances where Credit Providers obtained judgements after the Sequestration date, removing adverse listings could take as long as 3 months to rectify.