My wife's grandmother died in 2016 at the age of 98. The children and grandchildren sold her house for around $120,000 and the money was evenly divided among them which amounted to around $10,000 for each of them. My wife and our two children rent an apartment. The rules here seem to be so strict that if a tenant (s) has too much money they have to move out of their apartment. Is it lawful for a property manager to tell a family they have to move since they have received an inheritance and gone over the monetary limit. Should inheritance money be considered a part of the monetary limit?
You should consult the contract that you signed when you began living in the apartments. I surmise that you are in a limited income housing space that requires your income be below a certain level in order to live there, I'm not sure that an inheritance would be considered "income" in that sense, but your best bet would be to consult any applicable contract(s) or policies that you agreed to when you began living in the apartments. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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