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There are a few possible options, but the best route may be to get legal help.
Under the PIE Act, you cannot be evicted without a court order. You might be able to transfer the house to your name.
You will need whatever documents of theirs that you have and apply for both documents at the same time.
Yes, but only if she has owned the property for more than eight years.
A review application is made by filling out Form 4 at the Labour Court.
Consult the municipality about what the minimum size for subdivision is in your area.
Because you did not agree to the second marriage, it is void. You can contest the will.
The Intestate Succession Act of 1987 applies
You can lodge a complaint with the Master of the High Court.
The transfer process is halted and the estate of the deceased seller must be reported.