Estate attorneys raise alarm over access to Cape Town Master's Office during lockdown

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Attorneys have launched an urgent bid for access to the Master's Office in Cape Town, saying that they have effectively been locked out during lockdown.

This has apparently left estate assets essentially in limbo and resulted in serious economic consequences for attorneys, their practices and their clients.

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