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This is a family dispute, not a LL/T dispute

Posted by Ken on November 30, 2000 at 18:56:17:

In Reply to: questions on rights after landlord death posted by Keely on November 30, 2000 at 12:44:10:

Obviously you're in the middle of a family dispute and feel that you are being wronged. If you must pursue the matter you would need to get a lawyer who specializes in wills and estates and take it from there.

To answer your questions, when a property is sold all leases/agreements pass onto the new owner, and there need not be advance notice to the tenants. A building manager is usually considered to be an employee therefore his employment can be terminated at will.

It's a shame when family members fight over a deceased loved one's estate. Do what you need to do to assert your rights, but please don't pretend that you are "helping tenants". They are not idiots and are quite capable of looking out for themselves. Just as you should be looking out for yourself.

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