Minister approves rescue plan to clean up master’s office mess
The Law Society has raised alarm over conditions in the master’s office and has called for meetings with the minister since March 2020
Justice and correctional services minister Ronald Lamola has approved a rescue plan for the dysfunctional master’s office whose mess has reached a crisis point.
The Master’s Office is responsible for among other functions the administration of deceased estates, the setting up and liquidating of trusts, and managing the Guardian’s Fund to protect the interests of minors and people deemed legally incapable of administering their affairs...
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