A lady's parents owned a bungalow on a tenants in common basis añd the mother died in 2004 and half of the bungalow went to the daughter. Dad got married again in 2008 and a new will was drawn up leaving his half of the bungalow to the daughter as long as she let the step mother live in it until death or she enters care. The council at first said the bungalow belonged to the step mother and wanted it sold to pay the care home fees but I convinced the council it belonged to the step daughter. Now the council wants it rented out to pay the care home fees. Does anybody know if the council can force the step daughter to rent out. The council will not give an answer on who is responsible for the insurance, maintenance and council tax.