Good day, could you please let me know w...

Asked by Anonymous on 04-11-2021 11:54:34
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Western Cape

Good day, could you please let me know what these phrases mean... "It is my wish that neither benefit accruing to any beneficiary in terms of this will, nor the fruits derived therefrom, shall form part of the joint estate or any accrual regime of such beneficiary and any present or future spouse of his/hers. All amounts paid or accruing to any beneficiary under this will shall be and remain his/her sole property and no spouse of such beneficiary shall at any time or under any circumstances have or obtain any claim or right thereto". Many thanks. 

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