Asked by [email protected]
on 22-02-2021 13:45:45
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
My father in law recently passed on. A few years ago he divorces and split his farm with my mother in law. During the divorce proceedings he had to find somewhere to stay and purchased a home but used his brothers name as the purchaser. He paid but the deed of sale has his brothers name on it. On his death my sister in law has claimed that the house now belongs to her as she is the eldest legitimate daughter of my father in law. She is now laying claim to the house in my uncles name. she has also further lodged a complaint with legal counseling regarding the sale of the house as she believes that and the fact that my uncle did not deal with the lawyers during the sale but my father in only.
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