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MBABANE – The grandchildren of the late Solveig Crabtree learnt with alarm that their grandmother’s property was allegedly sold by the executor to Dups Holding (Pty) Ltd for the sum of E28 million.

In turn, Dups Holdings allegedly sold the property, Tonkwane Estate referred to as T1 and T2 Properties, to the Public Service Pension Fund (PSPF) for the amount of E74 million.

Crabtree’s grandchildren, in their father’s application to remove the executor of the estate said they have been kept informed about the developments in relation to the winding up of the estate of their grandmother.

Kristopher Ashworth Crabtree (20) said he and his siblings, Emily Anne Crabtree (19) and Katie Jane Crabtree (19), were minors when their grandmother died. They reside at 137 Whettleton, SY79AJ, Shropshire, United Kingdom.

The siblings have filed an application in the High Court in which they seek an order that they be joined as applicants in the main application instituted by their father, Robert Crabtree. Kristopher prayed that an order be granted that the affidavit filed by Robert should stand as one upon which they seek relief.

On May 30, 2017 Robert has instituted proceedings in the High Court in which he wants the court to direct that the executor of Solveig, Alan Alexander McGregor, be removed forthwith. McGregor was appointed in terms of Letters of Administration No. EH 125/2012 issued by the Master of the High Court.

Robert argued that McGregor should be directed to return the Letters of Administration to the Master of the High Court and that he should be declared unfit to act as executor of the estate of the deceased.

Kristopher told the court that together with his siblings, they authorised their father to apply for orders they seek from the court on their behalf and to act in their place in the legal proceedings pending in court.

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