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sun81

Member
What is the name of your state? Texas
Grantor does not appear to live in the house, but his belongings remain,does this constitute "living in the house"?
Thanks for any replies! :D
 


BelizeBreeze

Senior Member
sun81 said:
What is the name of your state? Texas
Grantor does not appear to live in the house, but his belongings remain,does this constitute "living in the house"?
Thanks for any replies! :D
No. Next question?
 

sun81

Member
Any idea of a good way to have his "stuff" removed from the house that won't turn into a legal battle?
Thanks for the repy :eek:
 

BelizeBreeze

Senior Member
sun81 said:
Any idea of a good way to have his "stuff" removed from the house that won't turn into a legal battle?
Thanks for the repy :eek:
Yes. Hire a real estate attorney to petition the court to rescind the life estate then follow your state's landlord tenant laws in disposing of the abandonned property.
 

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