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No, the law is very clear on this.
You will need help from your mother-in-law if the title deed is still in her name
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 he died without a will, the Intestate Succession Act applies. You may need legal help.