Asked by Anonymous on 14-07-2021 16:02:19
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Western Cape
Hi there my grandmother pass on there was will and my mother was the beneficiary of the will regarding her home. She then register her death by masters and apply for power of attorney successfully. Then she went to the municipality to put home on my grandmother name and then on hers at this stage she found out since my grandmother was married in community of property other half of home belong to her step-dad he pass on years ago and had know will that state what must happen to his part. They told her she need apply for power of attorney from him but she only have copy of his id could u help with some information
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