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She needs to ask the municipality of the MEC of housing to intervene. Legal help may be needed.
You need to negotiate a new deal with the municipality that issued the Deed of Sale.
The seller should have paid the bills before the sale. You should contact the municipality.
You and your sister have an equal right to the house, so you would have to come to some agreement.
It wouldn’t be permissible to send the LOA instead of the PTO, as they are very different documents
Unfortunately, there is no legal step you can take to stop him.
You could get a copy of his letter of authority from the Master's office but you will probably need legal help to sort this all out.
You need to follow the appropriate protocol to get an eviction order from the court, even though it may not be put into effect until the pandemic is over
You will need help from your mother-in-law if the title deed is still in her name