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If they have valid claim to the house, you can ask a mediator to help your family come to an agreement.
Yes. You can go into Debt Review and possibly work out a new repayment plan.
Even if an eviction order is granted, you cannot be evicted until after lockdown. You may need legal assistance if you want to be recompensated.
First claim your UIF, if you qualify. Then apply for the new Covid-19 SRD grant.
No, to qualify for FLISP you must be a first-time homeowner.
You cannot be evicted during lockdown, but maybe you should apply for a Community Residential Unit in the meantime.
Depending on her reasoning, you may need to report her to the Housing Department.
There are a few organisations that offer assistance, shelter, counselling, legal support and educational programmes
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.