The a dispute happening for my grandmoth...

Asked by Sibusiso on 11-11-2021 15:59:04
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Free State

The a dispute happening for my grandmothers estate (house) my grandmother left the house to my mother while she was still alive, so my mother kept the documents safe, now his brother comes with new document stating my mother is not the legal owner of the property and needs to leave the premises.

How do I go about solving this Matter my mom is 62 and has been living in the house since it had no lights and running water now that everything is fixed they want to evict us.

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 15-11-2021 21:27:56

Hi there,

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Have you asked a lawyer to do a search at the Deeds Office to find out whose name the house is currently registered in?

Also, did your grandmother have a Will in which she left the house to your Mom?

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