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do you have any idea what is considered a valid lease. It has a beginning and end date to lease. Property address listed - states utilities she had paid and what I was responsible for. Original lease was dated 2008 and amended in 2010 to a lower amount signed and dated by both of us. .
ok just one more question the fact that I am the executor of her estate and she left the house to me does that now make me the owner? is the lease still valid now that the house was left to me?
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