Since my sister has become executor of my father's trust after he died the whole family has become estranged and she has made a total mess of everything. We all agreed in the beginning that a occupied house is better than a v a c a n t house. So that is when I started to stay here at my father's house. So the time came around to start putting the house on the Market. Come to find out that everyone today requires the potential renter to make three times the amount of what the rent is. After finally realizing that I don't meet these requirement she still went forward with that eviction. My question is, is that she has resigned as being executor as of Monday she hired a fiduciary firm to handle it from now on do I have any recourse, since she was the one that was suing me for the eviction is it possible to get it dismissed to start all over again? I'm asking this because she is no longer the trustee. I was told yesterday that that could actually be a technicality and justification to get it dismissed. My sister is a very selfish person. I have 4 days left before the sheriff comes someone help me with some good direction!
The eviction is probably still valid. I assume you're being evicted by your sister, AS TRUSTEE. The new trustee would take over that role and all responsibilities and powers of that role. I'm sorry for your situation. Try Legal Aid, which has a lot of experience with landlord/tenant issues, to see whether they have any ideas.
I'm sorry that you are having such trouble with your sister. I consider this question to be more Landlord - Tenant than trust matter. Although I would certainly try Legal Aid, if you make too much money or own too many assets, you would need private counsel experienced in the tenant side. Another point worth making is that buyers indeed want to purchase a house without a tenant. It is not unreasonable to have your father's home vacant prior to listing it for sale. Good luck.
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