Question: A resident died last month in our community, leaving three adult daughters. Two of the daughters have been issued “No Trespassing” notices from management because of past bad behavior. One of the daughters barred from the community is the executor of the will. The manager has changed the locks on the home. The three daughters have demanded entry to remove items and provided our manager with the will. The daughters do not get along. What can our manager do? Set specific times for them to enter and remove items? The daughters are angry at our manager and each other - accusing the manager of removing items from the home as well as blaming each other. Last night they surrounded our manager and verbally abused her. What are the manager’s rights? Does she have to let them on the property? Does she need to record everything that is removed from the home? How does she handle the two daughters who have been trespassed from the community?
Question: One of our long-time RV residents recently passed away. He didn’t have any next of kin or friends who might want to claim his property. What can we do with his RV, pickup truck, and other personal property items on the space?