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  1. Hullo all I would appreciate any help and opinions you can give on the following: A lady friend of mine borrowed quite a lot of money (I believe in excess of £9000) in order to buy a car on behalf of her daughter. It was agreed between them that the daughter would repay by instalments and all went well until the daughter was discovered to have a terminal brain tumour. Sadly and inevitably she died leaving some £5,200 still to be paid to her mother. It then turned out that the daughter left the car in her will to her boyfriend. As there are no other assets in the estate my friend understandably wants the car to be sold in order to repay to her as much as possible (It is thought the car would get maybe £4K now). She has had a letter from the executor agreeing that she can have the car but the boyfriend has instructed a solicitor who has written insisting the car is legally the property of the boyfriend and demanding it be handed over. My friend currently has custody of the car in a secure place. I wonder if anybody can comment and in particular answer the following: 1. Am I right in believing the estate must settle creditors claims with whatever assets it has to hand, irrespective of individual bequests? 2. Is it the responsibility of the executor to ensure this happens? 3. Is my friend within her legal rights to now sell the car in order to recover what she can in light of the letter from the executor or is this strictly the responsibility of the executor? 4. Given the poor mental condition of the unfortunate daughter, can her will be challenged? I will get some wording of the various letters of the case put up here as soon as I can. Many thanks to all for reading and commenting.
  2. So sorry to hear this news, just lost my mum so can feel the familys pain. Sleep peacefully Martin x
  3. Such a sad loss indeed. You helped us all in our dark days and brought light. Rest dear friend in peace x
  4. RIP Martin
  5. Martin will sorely be missed from the site. Not only did he provide excellent advice, but went that extra mile for caggers. He also provided a great stabilising effect on posters when the need occurred. So very sorry to learn of his death. Sincere condolences to his family.
  6. :sad:So sad to hear the news about Martin, I saw he helped a lot of people and will be missed by many on here.
  7. I can't decide An elderly parishioner has stunned Spanish cultural officials with an alarming and unauthorised attempt to restore a prized Jesus Christ fresco http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19349921
  8. it has just been reported that he has now died RIP http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-19341722
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