NSW Executor of Will - Estate as Place of Residence?

Discussion in 'Wills and Estate Planning Law Forum' started by Knightmare, 21 November 2018.

  1. Knightmare

    Knightmare Well-Known Member

    17 February 2016
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    I have been living in an estate long enough for it to be defined as a permanent place of residence - for the purposes of probate, the executor of will has informed me that it's not required to be paid due to the household being my place of residence.

    The estate lawyer, however, tells me that I have the same legal status as a squatter and that I can be evicted at any time.

    How is it possible that the household is recognized under law as my permanent residence and yet I can be evicted whenever the executor so wishes?

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