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Does an executor have to right to eject a beneficiary from an estate house?

Question Details: I've lived with my late mother who passed away about 9 months ago. My sister is executor of the estate and is trying to have me ejected from property. I have offered to buy her out but she refuses my offer. I have an emotional attachment to this house and she has not lived here for about 35 years. My brother and I would like to buy her third but she insists on putting house up for auction. She and I do not get along, so it is more of an act of revenge on her behalf.

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