Asked by Adamsss on 15-04-2021 08:51:19
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
#1. My grand mother had 2 children, my mother and my uncle;
#2. My uncle stayed with my grand mother and got a girlfriend;
#3. My mother got married and left home;
#4. My uncle and his girlfriend broke up without children;
#5. My uncle reconciled with his girlfriend BUT she came back with 3 children from another guy;
#6. They broke up again but children were left with my uncle;
#7. My uncle died;
#8. My grand mother organized IDs for the 3 children using her surname;
#9. My grand mother eventually died and was buried by my mother as the surviving child;
#10. The 3 children from my uncle's girlfriend continued to stay in the house;
#11. These children managed to get a Letter of Authority and changed the ownership of the house without my mother's consent as the only surviving child;
HOW DOES MY MOTHER REGAIN HER RIGHTFUL OWNERSHIP OF THE HOUSE?
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