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If the buyer can prove that he paid the amount agreed between him and your late father then he can demand that the seller’s obligation, which is to deliver the property, is fulfilled,
You can contact the UIF Call Centre to ask that they help you. You can also lodge a complaint against the employee.
No, your wife's adultery during your marriage is not grounds for annulment, and you still have to split assets 50/50.
It is illegal not to report a deceased estate. Perhaps telling your sibling this will spur them to action. Otherwise you can approach the Master's office for help.
Under the law of intestate succession, you can inherit as his life partner.
Unfortunately, if the deceased has living siblings, you will not inherit.
Certify copies of his and your IDs, and make an affidavit explaining the circumstances. Take these to the HR department at his old job.
It's possible but very difficult. You should find out what exactly the will states and whether the house was still in your mother's name.
No, the deed of sale remains a binding contract
You cannot inherit if your father did not leave you anything in his will. Minor children can make a claim for maintenance if they were excluded from the will.