Asked by charlene
on 09-01-2020 17:18:44
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Western Cape
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My partner and i bought a house. I moved out due to abuse of his kids. House was on the market but he cancelled. He wanna do a simple transfer to his name without my consent.
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-01-2020 09:32:42
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You can enter into a sale agreement with him (a simple written sale agreement) in terms whereof you sell your 50% of the house to him. It does NOT need to be through an estate agent. It needs to be through a conveyancing attorney!
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