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Can you provide me with a copy of this curatorship letter? The reason I'm asking is that ONLY a high court can place somebody under curatorship, and only the high court can appoint the curator. It is done by way of a court order - not a letter from a magistrate.
Awaiting your further information.
The letters of executorship are to be issued by the Master of the High Court, once the estate has been reported to the Master's offices. A Magistrate does not issue letters of executorship, so if that's what happened, then it is a fraudulent document. Did the "executor" wind up the estate, and draw up a liquidation and distribution account, and submit it to the Master's offices? Is there an estate number on the document?
I'm not too sure what you're asking...
Where do you fit into this situation? Are you the tenant, or the other wife, or what? Perhaps that will assist me in understanding what you want me to focus on in my answer.