Asked by A.J on 03-11-2021 11:22:46
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Western Cape
My mother and I jointly signed a Deed Of Sale for a Life-Right in a Retirement Village.
According to the Admin Office, a few months later, my mother brought another Deed Of Sale to them with only my mother listed as the buyer, which the Admin Office Accepted and apparently removed me from the Life-Right without informing me. My mother passed away on 16/04/2020 and I have been living in the Life-Right until now. A month ago I was given notice that I have a month to vacate the unit. Are they allowed to remove a person from a Life-Right without the person's signature?
Many thanks & kind regards.
Andrew J. Hopewell
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 03-11-2021 12:41:02
Hi there Andrew and thank you for your question.
Do you know if the first Deed of Sale was accepted by the Retirement Village? i.e. did a binding agreement come into effect. If so, I would assume that you would have a copy of the counter-signed Deed of Sale?
Also, what was the date of that first Deed of Sale?
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