Suffolk County, New York Personal Injury Law Blog

When a Sibling wont move out. Part II

We recently posted a story about the all too common situation of a sibling refusing to get out of the family home once the last surviving parent passes. The home needs to be sold, either by the Trustee of the Trust that owns the home, or the executor of the Estate of...

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When the Sibling wont move out.

It is a common and unfortunate aggravation in Estate cases for a family member to try and remain permanently in a home that must be sold after the death of the mother or father. Usually the family member is a child, and they may have lived in the home for a long time...

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SCAFFOLD LAW LADDER LAW ROUNDUP  Section 240(1) of New York’s Labor law is known as its “Scaffold” Law. It is unique among Labor Laws in requiring a finding of strict liability against Owners and General contractors who run afoul of its provisions. Under the Scaffold...

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