The executor has the right to possess and secure the estate assets. HE is in charge of these items, unless the Will specifically directs them to you. It sounds like you are going to need to vacate the premises in the very near future, to avoid being evicted. If the items that were removed were YOUR assets and not the decedent's you may be able to sue for conversion. You are going to need an attorney to assist you with this.
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I agree with Attorney Frederick. The executor has authority to sell estate assets unless they were specifically devised to you. As you have your own attorney, you need to confer with your attorney as to these most recent events. It does appear you need to find a new place to live immediately.
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This sounds more like a landlord tenant matter - did you have a lease? You can seek representation from legal aid or a bar referral - there a procedures to evict someone and sounds like this was an unlawful disposses.
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