Asked by MaleboJS
on 22-01-2021 19:25:16
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I would like to ask about Inheritance, My niece just turned 18 in 2020 and was due to receive her inheritance from the DOJ, the problem is they want an abridged Certificate. Now while applying for the Certificate at Home Affairs she was still in School. Before turning 18 she used to receive an allowance from 2017 (Since her father passed away) till the last year 2020. The problem is the School wants their money, DOJ wants an Abridged certificate, and Home affairs is taking too long and this might be due to Corona. But nevertheless, the school still wants their money and will not let her back till she has paid and will not get her results till she has paid every cent.
My question is, is the way we can approach the court to let the DOJ give her an allowance to at least pay off her school fees and this year's tuition fee or Compell Home affairs to speed up the process to get her, her Abridged Certificate? Since the School is a Private School not sure they are in the wrong for wanting their money.
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