Disappointed heirs sue for millions

Disappointed heirs sue for millions

Absa ducked a R16m damages claim on a legal technicality but now faces R250m demands arising from wrongful actions of its predecessor, Volkskas

When wealthy Durbanville farmer Francis Albert Murray Louw senior (known to all as Murray) drew up his will in 1963, he had every reason to believe he owned an extremely valuable piece of land: his 230 hectare farm, Vierlanden, was on the immediate boundary of the already burgeoning town of which he had been mayor for 20 years.

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Submitted by : Frank Payne of Bedfordview on 2014-11-27 17:19:10
One definitely can't trust them to act as trustees!


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