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Can an executor install 1 of 5 beneficiaries in the family home rent free against the will of the other beneficiaries?

Question Details: The decedent was in assisted-living for several years. The executor got rid of the renters who were in the decedent's home and is allowing one of the beneficiaries to live there rent free. Not all beneficiaries agree to this and want the beneficiary who is residing in the house to pay rent. The executor and free rent beneficiary say too bad. What are the legalities of this?

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