Good morning I need some legal advice. I...

Asked by Shenaaz on 01-11-2020 11:01:53
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

Good morning 

I need some legal advice. I got divorced 3 years ago - my ex husband and I own a house which he paid 450 000 cash deposit and I had to pay the bond balance of 560 000 monthly. After the divorce the house did not get sold so I'm still paying the bond. The house is currently being rented out and the rental is split equally between the 2 of us. My ex gets 6500 and the 6500 I get I pay the bond with it. Is this the correct way or am I being robbed blindly? 

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 02-11-2020 18:27:29

Hi there,

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It sounds legit. He paid cash, you took a loan to pay your share. 

He gets half the rent, so do you. 

You just need to use your rental income to pay the loan back. i.e. the bond.

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