Identify the beneficiaries that the law recognizes in the event that a person dies without having made a Will

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Description

Outline: Identify and explain the sole ground for divorce

- Identify the beneficiaries that the law recognizes in the event that a person dies without having made a Will.

There are TWO parts to the question

1) Section A: True or False. Need to explain why "True or False"

2) Section B: Open-ended questions

I have attached my assignment


TUTOR-MARKED ASSIGNMENT 02

This tutor-marked assignment is worth 40% of the final mark for GSP165 The Law and You.

The cut-off date for this assignment is 2355 hours on 09 March 2017.

Submit your solution document in the form of a single MS Word file through MyUnisim

Blackboard on or before the cut-off date shown above.

Additional instructions:

1. You will need to indicate clearly on the front page your name, student ID, course title and

assignment number.

2. You must document all the information that you use from another source, or you will be

penalized severely. If you copy from the work of another student, regardless of the course

or program, you will be severely penalized. You are required to submit this

assignment within the stipulated cut-off date. You are not permitted to re-use material

from past assignments whether in part or in full. All of the above actions can result in

your failing the TMA.

Scope

This TMA tests your ability to:

- Identify and explain the sole ground for divorce.

- List and explain the facts that are recognized at law in support of a divorce.

- State the pre-condition that applies to a party who wishes to file a Writ for Divorce in the

early days of a valid marriage.

- Identify the issues that arise as consequences of the dissolution of a marriage, commonly

termed ‘ancillary matters.’

- Understand and explain the process that is set in motion when a person passes away.

- Identify the beneficiaries that the law recognizes in the event that a person dies without

having made a Will.

- Identify the order of priority of beneficiaries of the estate of the person who died intestate.

- Understand the responsibilities of a person who assumes the role of the administrator of

the estate of a deceased person who died intestate.

In addition to lecture slides and notes provided in this course, you may wish to go through

cited textbook extracts referred to in the Study Guide for the more in-depth understanding of the

topics covered in this assignment.

Instruction Files

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