You have probably seen a pop-up offering you the chance of a telephone call at an extra cost. It is up to you whether you have a telephone call or not but do bear in mind that a 15-30 minute telephone call covers an awful lot of ground and you can get an awful lot of information in that time. So you can ignore it or go ahead or go ahead later. It’s your choice.
Meanwhile, we can carry on on here.
My personal view is I would tell the executors to get lost. You are not obliged to sign the tenancy agreement. Don’t sign anything.
I have a personal friend in exactly the same situation the family members have been trying to get him out for years. So far they have is wasted GBP20,000 They have tried every angle they can to get him out. He still in the property and they have now given up. Fortunately, I gave the legalities for him pro bono.
I would suggest he tells them that he’s taken legal advice and the right to live in the property arises under the terms of the will and he is not obliged to sign anything. If they don’t believe him they should take legal advice but regardless he’s not signing anything.
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I am not certain whether that answers the question for you or not, but I am happy to answer any specific points arising from this.
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