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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.
If it was a verbal agreement, there is nothing stopping him from changing the price.
It depends whether or not the deceased left a will
The in duplum rule limits all interest and other payments on debt to double the amount of the original debt.
If your grandmother died without a will, her estate should be divided equally between her children.
Legally, the seller can cancel the sales agreement only if a cancellation clause was included in the sales agreement.
Unless you inherited his house, it shouldn't disqualify you from owning your own RDP house.
It was until 2004 when the laws changed to allow women in customary marriages to inherit.
It is illegal for your landlord to turn off the electricity and lock you out.