Our expert says:
It is entirely understandable that you kindly lent him your car, intending this to be for a short time. For him to have kept this for so long, to have brought it back up to Joburg without your knowledge, and to be earning trafic fines too, is unacceptable.
Simply tell him that this is YOUR car, that you lent it to him for a month, and that he has kept it too long and this is causing problems. IF he starts bulying you, just stop him and calmly tell him that if he does not bring it back to you promptly, you will have no alternative but to report it to the police as a stolen car. You are entirel in the right, and not being spiteful. And if he does not return it within, say, 2 days, then go to the police, report it as stolen, and name your brother as the main suspect, having borrowed it for a month and refusing to return it. Put your demand to him to return it in writing, as well as verbally.
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