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No, the deed of sale remains a binding contract
You can apply for a FLISP grant as part of the government's “Help-Me-Buy-a-Home” scheme
Go to the municipality with all the documents proving the house belonged to your parents and ask them for help.
If your father left the property to your mother in his will, she would need to transfer it into her own name first.
Building homes is outside the scope of the CIDB but you need to register with the NHBRC before starting construction.
You should make an application to the bank to take over the existing home loan, but you would have to meet the bank’s qualifying criteria.
You are protected by the Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act and cannot be removed without your informed permission.
Your father must first have the divorce order changed.
No, it is not legal.
Yes, if the child is between the ages of 7 and 18, and a parent or guardian is there to help.