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Are you saying that you were living with the person who actually had a lease with the owner of the land where the mobile home is?
Did the deceased own the mobile home you live in?
Is the rent current with the actual landlord who owns the land the home sits on?
Ok, then he would be considered your landlord and only the executor of his estate would have the power to terminate your tenancy and evict you.
Right now, you are a month to month tenant and are entitled to at least 30 days notice, 60 if you have lived there over a year, before the executor could terminate the tenancy. So if he just passed, then it may take a month before someone is appointed executor, then another 30 or 60 days before they could file to evict if they give you written notice. The actual eviction takes about 3 weeks before they could then have a sheriff force you to move out.
So the investigator is completely wrong here and it would take at least 2 months, probably longer, for them to force you to vacate.