Asked by Monique
on 13-06-2019 17:55:47
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 300.00
My mom passed away recently . She left her house for me and my sister and 2 brothers . The house are on our names and we all live in the house together . In my mother's testament she states that my sister is in charge to collect the municipality money and to pay them . Now my sister says we must R500 a month rent and the money thats left must go for electricity . Now she doesn't use the left over money for electricity she uses it for herself .
I want to know MUST I pay rent in my own house or must the municipality account be devided between the children and each give their share ?
Thank you in advance
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