Asked by Zukisani on 08-05-2021 18:46:12
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Eastern Cape
I'm Zukisani Goodman Mtengwana My Father is NELSON ZOLISA NGOMA from GQebera... I'll get straight to the point My father passed on 2006 I was young then he was married so the thing is there a house 189 Sangotsha street New Brighton where I used to live with my mother and father before my mother passed away but they were not married.. so I went to live with my aunt on my mothers side of the family know that I'm older I used to pass my father's house for 16years it was never occupied since my father passed on and I asked my father's wife but she keeps on avoiding me I called family meetings to discuss about the house she make excuses and she doesn't live here In GQebera she lives in Queenstown with a big house and she's a nurse with no children with my father so I was asking for help she could've sold the house long time ago why is she not I wanted to know whether the house is on who's name if it was whether reported or whether I have title to the house?
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