Answer to Question #204364 in Law for sikhulile Radebe

Question #204364

Family Law


Mr and mrs monama married subject to the accrual system in 2010 and got divorce last week. When they married mr monama had a study debt of R10 000 and no assets while mrs monama had cash savings in the amount of R10 000 and no debts.mrs monama's cash savings were declared in the spouses antenuptial contract. Suppose that according to the weighted average of the consumer price index, the money was worth twice as much as the commencement of the marriage as at its dissolution



2. What amount must be used as the commencement value of mrs monama's estate at the time of the divorce? Briefly explain


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Expert's answer
2021-06-15T02:14:02-0400

Mr. and Mrs. Sisulu are married into civil marriage subject to the accrual system, and

from that marriage, a minor, 8-year-old disabled Lerato was born.

Mr. and Mrs. Sisulu are married into civil marriage subject to the accrual system, and

from that marriage, a minor, 8-year-old disabled Lerato was born.

Mr. and Mrs. Sisulu are married into civil marriage subject to the accrual system, and from that marriage, a minor, 8-year-old disabled Lerato was born. In terms of Marriage Act2 no spouse may eject other spouse from matrimonial home without providing suitable alternative accommodation. Mr. Sisulu cannot eject Mrs. Sisulu within their matrimonial house except the court determine under which circumstance possible for person to eject the other spouse from matrimonial home. Mrs. Sisulu can therefore approach the court for interdict to stop Mr. Sisulu from ejecting her, and if her rights to live in her matrimonial house has been violated already, for example, if Mr. Sisulu denied her access, Mrs. Sisulu may rely on the mandament van spolie for her to access the house.


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