Finding out information regarding executor of estate I purchased a property from an elderly lady who is now resident in a nursing home. A boundary dispute with the neighbour arose after the sale. I arrayed a survey, which showed that neighbour has been claiming part of my garden as his own. The seller is an elderly lady and resident in a care home. I was surprised to be shown a letter during mediation for boundary dispute that the sellers daughter who is friends with my neighbour has given a written statement stating that the neighbour was allowed to use the land for number of year and she feels the boundary is where the neighbour thinks*(and not as per the survey or title deeds). I was very disappointed with her false statements as the deeds clearly show where the boundary lies and the survey confirms this . Can I take action against the seller or her daughter if she is executor of estate for providing incorrect information about the boundary when the property was sold to me. I do not wish to write to the elderly lady but might have no other option than to ask her to clarify. I have been told by the solicitor who arranged purchase of my property that they are unable to provide any contact details of her daughter or sellers solicitor. I have contact details of the seller
Dear Sir Many Thanks for answering my questions and your excellent service. I did feel let down by them. I will do the needful.