Asked by John
on 11-06-2020 14:01:44
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Limpopo
Question value: R 100.00
Hi i like to know, is it allowed by sa law if someone opened a deceased file at magistrate court and get authority to access the deceased accounts without the deceased family members knowledge?
Im asking because we lost a brother , after the burial when we went to magistrate court they told us that the file is opened and closed but what surprised us ,is that we have original id card and death certificate with us. But still file was opened
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 12-06-2020 21:30:30
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The Master of the High Court will only allow this if the person is a family member.
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