Absolutely. If this is an Independent Executor, I don't think a devisee of the Will would have any grounds upon which to complain. No one but a devisee would have standing to complain.
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Yes, the executor has the right to do this.
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Yes but you might have a complaint if the costs of the move were not within the "normal"
range and the action was outside of the range of a "prudent" trustee.
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