Newark, NJ asked in Estate Planning for New Jersey

Q: Can a plaintiff lawyer enter the premises without my knowledge as I am the executor of an estate.

I am the executor of my grandmother estate. My uncle hired a lawyer because he wants ownership of her home. His lawyer drew up documents towards me for court at which I also put in a court order as well. The question is, who gave that attorney permission to enter in the premises without my knowledge and who gave them a key to do so. So is it legal for this to happen without permission from me or the courts.

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Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: In order to enter any premises, a person must either obtain permission from the occupant or a warrant isuued by a court.

Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: A person may may enter a premises without either permission from the occupant or by a warrant issued by a court.

Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb
PREMIUM
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: A person may may enter a premises without either permission from the occupant or by a warrant issued by a court.

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