I 35yrs and my family occupy a house pre...

Asked by Anonymous on 02-01-2021 12:12:39
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

I (35yrs) and my family occupy a house previously owned by my grandparents from my mom's side . We are three siblings and my dad. My mom has passed on and I am thee eldest son . My sister(30yrs) is younger and living with mental illness, my brother (21yrs) have been suffering under the hand of my father who is an alcoholic. My grandmother was thee surviving spouse and on the permit was my deceased mother, my deceased uncle and my aunt who has gone missing more than 20 years ago. There were other siblings wich all have also passed on . None of my siblings including myself have had children. My dad has since asked me to vacate the house although it's not legally owned by him due to the desire to remarry . He has been an irresponsible abusive alcoholic for years who has depended on me to run the household. What can I do legally to have more authority over the house even if it's not permanent to prevent my father from co inhabiting with his current partner?

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