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Bank manager being ridiculous.

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asked on Nov 6, 2014 at 16:02
by   Jack
My relative just passed away. He had this real estate (a land) with his name and two other children on the title. Now that the loan had been paid, the children went to the bank with his death certificate to take back the title so that they can carry on to transfer the names. The bank manager not just refused their request to take back the title but also wanted them to bring the deceased. My relative find this absurd and something was not right.
Need professional advice. Thank you and sorry for being unclear if any.
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answered on Nov 6, 2014 at 16:20
by   Anonymous
The bank Manager is professional. He/she is correct. Did your relative leave behind a WILL? If, not, relative leaves a "intestate" situation. The children grandparents is also entitle to a share of the property. Get an appropriate laywer to deal with this kind of situation. Either you bring the deceased to the bank or a court order... Which is easier???
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answered on Nov 6, 2014 at 16:53
by   Jack
Is it even necessary to get a lawyer or court order? There were no disputes or even intestate situation. The title have 3 names on it being the deceased and the two children and it is the two children who went to the bank. But how could a professional person speaking unprofessional asking for a deceased to come and put down his signature. Does the manager bound or need to explain to them how to solve the issue? Cause the manager seems to be unwilling to help could be due to past quarrel between the deceased and the manager.
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answered on Jan 3, 2015 at 14:41
by   vkpc
There were no disputes or even intestate situation.
Wrong, there is.
Only a High Court can decide who owns the dead man's portion
via a LA (without wil) or GP. (with will)
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