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It depends on whether the person has testamentary capacity, which is explained below.
The assets are kept in an account under the supervision of the Master of the High Court until the child turns 18.
The Intestate Succession Act of 1987 applies
You can lodge a complaint with the Master of the High Court.
Because you did not agree to the second marriage, it is void. You can contest the will.
No, but he will inherit part of your share of the house when you pass away.
Unless he made a will leaving his share of the property and assets to his girlfriend, she cannot claim his estate.
The two title deed holders need to come to an agreement about the sale of the house.
It's unclear how the heir of one of the owners would get an individual title deed for his share of the land.
After the death of the landlady, ownership reverts to the original owners but the PIE Act still applies.