Asked by RiaanG
on 26-11-2018 11:26:33
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Mpumalanga
Question value: R 100.00
My father passed away on the 28th of October 2018 & there has some issues rise in regards to his Last Will & Testamant. My Brother & one sister has inhertided his Small Holding ( just below 2 Hectares ). I am not sure of the size of the Agricultural Holding ( it has been changed to Residantial Holdings by the Municipality ) , but we have been advised that no more than 2 children may inherit the Holding as they need to inherit no less than 1 Acre. Is this correct becuase the brother in law to whom the Inhertiting Sister is married to is getting quite frisky coming with all sorts of stories.
They are also the ones arguing that there is another Will ( which they had drafted sent to my Father ) but cannot locate it. Due to this the Estate / Will is currently in attestate. In the previous Will , I was also a recipient of the Small Holding ( AH or RH )
Please advise the way forward as this is going to cause a fight which we would like to avoid.
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