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The Master of the High Court issues a letter of authority to whoever was nominated to administer a deceased's estate.
No, the deceased cannot leave the estate to someone else without their spouse's permission.
It depends on whether your mother left a will. You still have the 50% share left by your grandmother.
The mothers don't but the children do have claim to the house.
It depends whether or not the deceased left a will
If your grandmother died without a will, her estate should be divided equally between her children.
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.
Yes, the Intestate Succession Act applies because your mother did not leave a will
The property can only be sold with the written permission of all the heirs or if there isn’t enough cash in the estate to pay all the debts