Hi, if you haven't been married with him and he did not state anything in his last will (testament), you don't have any rights.
Try to find out whether there is a testament in his belongings or if a testament can be found at the local court (Amtsgericht / Nachlassgericht).
His car is still in my garage. What should I do with his car. He used to say this car is yours if something happened because it's been here in your garage. Regards
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