I have been divorced from my ex in 1999 ...

Asked by Lynette bhogal on 23-05-2021 10:37:48
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

I have been divorced  from my ex in 1999 but have not finalized the joint estate which we purchased during our marriage.  I have been responsible  for the bond since its inception and I am still paying g for this bond currently.   my ex is living on the property current and is refusing  to make any  contributions.  he wants to be paid off equally for the property at current value.  what are my rights. i would like to retain the property if possible do i  pay him 50% current value as we were married in community of property.  or value as of date of divorce.  alternatively  can I sell they property but can he refuses to sign when it comes to selling the property.  please advise.

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