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They often fail to enforce their own laws. There are some things you can do about your eviction
You need to contact the municipality to ask why they wouldn't sell. Otherwise call the MEC for Housing.
Even though it was unintentional, listing your sister as a spouse is fraud. You may need legal advice.
You need to try to find the missing beneficiary, otherwise they can come back to claim the house.
Your uncle and your deceased father get equal shares. Your father's share is divided between his surviving children.
Because the house is in both your names, one of you can buy the other's share or you can appoint a liquidator to split the house
If you can agree on who should get the house, one of you can buy the other's share and become the full owner.
Title deeds are the only legal proof of ownership. Talk to the municipality from which the land was purchased.
No. IDs are not being issued during the pandemic, so you may need legal help
See if there is a title deed for the house and whose name appears on it. You could contact Housing Enquiries for assistance