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You need to change and rekey the locks.You absolutely have right to safeguard the property.
I would seriously consider placing her property in a specific place so you can keep it separate or alternately remove all the other stuff and put it away from hers.
I would see if your other sisters and you here can spend the night in the property to watch the stuff.I would be seriously concerned about theft/disappearance if there are valuable items.
You have good reason to be paranoid and to protect the estate interests here.You would argue she signed a valid contract not to reinhabit.
I appreciate the chance to help you.Thanks again, sorry for your loss and dealing with family.If it makes you feel better I have a sibling like this.
Thats the problem here if you let her in the police likely tell you it is a civil matter.Thats why I am wondering if you can separate her stuff and put it elsewhere.It could be a problem here based on her history..
I appreciate the chance to help you.I think you have legitimate reasons to be paranoid about this sister.Certainly if you can limit her somehow you are better off to avoid her trying to squat on the premises.You got her out be careful she doesn't get back in.
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