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You and the mother/s will need a court order to compel the fund to do this.
The Master of the High Court issues a letter of authority to whoever was nominated to administer a deceased's estate.
No, the deceased cannot leave the estate to someone else without their spouse's permission.
It depends on whether your mother left a will. You still have the 50% share left by your grandmother.
You may want the CCMA to get involved.
There is some uncertainty surrounding this, but it is possible that you will have to pay.
The mothers don't but the children do have claim to the house.
They are employees if you control when and how they work.
You can apply for the child support grant if your partner is a refugee or permanent resident.
If it was a verbal agreement, there is nothing stopping him from changing the price.