A man, who was the executor of the estate on a home, was attempting to sell the home he had been left in charge of. He had allowed his daughter to stay in the home on occasion after the owner had passed away. No lease was ever signed, and there wasn’t even furniture in the home, yet the executor was forced to give TOPA notice and wait out the timeframes. The buyer of the home was disadvantaged, as they had to move out of their place of residence before the TOPA timeline had run through.
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