bexster1975 wrote: »
I'm sorry, but this has to be a troll. Can barely write English but expects to outfox the legal system with free help from an online forum?!?
Best advice for you OP. Get a job, get a mortgage, buy a property, pay for it. I'm sorry you think people are being impolite on here. I guess they may not be thrilled you are trying to use them for research to do something they are all working hard to do for themselves.
I respectfully suggest if you don't like the " advice" then you seek help elsewhere. This is a mortgage free wannabe board, not a " how do I get a house avoiding a mortgage" board
iammumtoone wrote: »
How long ago did the LL die?
What is the house worth?
With a house involved it is very likely a heir hunter will pick up this case and find a relative(s) (there is normally a long lost relative(s) that didn't even know they were related to the deceased). If no one can be found then the estate passes to the crown. This is a process that takes years to follow. As your LL assents are known and they have a friend (previous POA) and an agent for the house who are all well aware of the situation it is virtually impossible you will ever get adverse procession.
What you do need to do is find out where you stand now, as you rightly point out, you need to know who the rent needs to be paid to. I would speak to shelter/citizens advice to see if they can help with this.
It does seem odd that the deceased knew enough to know they should/was able to grant a POA but didn't leave a will.
elsien wrote: »
What did they say, then?
And if you've had proper legal advice then you would be advised to follow that rather than the thoughts of some random anonymous people off the internet.
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