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When Deputyship ends

Discussion in 'Legal and financial issues' started by Dino, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Dino

    Dino Registered User

    Aug 7, 2011
    66
    Am here visiting mum from the States, when I first saw her I know she recognized me, up to then the nursing home staff said she usually are most of her food, it's pureed.

    A few days ago mum went downhill coughing and could hardly swallow so was taken to hospital, had a very to the point nurse tell me this is very bad and to decide what's best for mum.

    I truly believe mum waited for me to come xx

    I hate to even ask this without it sounding selfish but it's certainly not where I'm coming from but I believe things need to be talked about.

    I have mum's house up for sale after having a nightmare tenant.

    I know Deputyship ends when something happens to mum but can the house still stay up for sale?

    A solicitor is executor, can he pulled it off the market?

    In mum's Will the house was to be sold.

    Just need to know.

    Thank you.xx
     
  2. Bod

    Bod Registered User

    Aug 30, 2013
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    I think all forms of Power of Attorney/Deputyship end on death of the Donor.
    At which point the named Executor takes over, to carry out the wishes of the Will.
    It will be the executor who decides whether or not the house continues for sale, at the current deal or not.

    Bod
     
  3. Macduff

    Macduff Registered User

    Feb 16, 2018
    45
    Male
    West Sussex
    Spot on Bod. That's my understanding of it. too
     
  4. canary

    canary Registered User

    Feb 25, 2014
    7,363
    Female
    South coast
    Yes, and mine too. I had deputyship for mum and sold her house. She was very poorly during the sale and I didnt know whether we would sell her home in time. I knew that if she passed away before the house was sold then it would have to be put on hold until probate was complete.
     

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