My spouse and I divorced at the end of l...

Asked by Leon Muller on 16-01-2018 17:33:41
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 300.00

My spouse and I divorced at the end of last year. The divorce settlement states that the property will remain in both our names as we were married in COP.

The settlement also points out that until the bond is paid in full,cancelled it will remain on both our names.

I have put the house on the open market and have a signed OTP , after my spouse pointed out in the settlement that her share of the proceeds if sold be given to me.

The financial institution granting the bond is insistent that my spouse needs to sign the OTP, but refuses to do so.....citing the offer is to low...

Can you help me....

Regards

Leon Muller 

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061-645-4779

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