The info I get from you is pretty obvious to myself ,and your service total waist of time and money I will not recommend your services.pls be advised to refund me asap
Please see an excerpt from the Deeds Office of how to prove a marriage is in community of property. This is exactly what I told you.
Therefore the Bloemfontein Deeds Office requires that proof be given of the marriage in community of property by means of:
If the marriage certificate does not indicate the nature of the marriage, the affidavit must also declare that is it, indeed, a marriage in community of property
pls refund me and will not recommend your help to anyone
info pretty obvious to myself rather go and see a professional service is of no use advice anyone to make use of this service
i have got nothing to do with deeds offices or divorces my questions was all traffic related
Sorry theres a problem then - did I answer your question? I don't recall any question about traffic regulations? I think this was meant for a woman asking me about proving a marriage in community of property - I apologise - the answers have crossed somewhere.
its poor legal advice get from you will not recommend you to any individual in south africa
I think you have no idea about our law and are typical arrogant think you know it all like the American way so I am not interested in you advice stick to your American law Sent via my BlackBerry from Vodacom - let your email find you!
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