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Ex wife bought my daughter appliances and floor covering from

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Ex wife bought my daughter appliances and floor covering from Home Depot in May. Ex wife passed away last of June. Called Home Depot about delivery. They were not going to deliver the appliances till the floor was installed. Floor was installed and called to tell Daughter they were coming with the appliances. She ask them to wait as her mother had just passed away. HD said they would cancel the order since her mother passed away. Her mother had already signed a contract with HD. What are the legal assessment of this?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 2 years ago.
Your ex-wife's estate is the proper entity to enforce this interest.I am not sure why Home Depot is refusing to deliver (there may be an issue if the appliances were purchased on credit as opposed to being purchased outright, in which case I could understand them placing the account on hold).If the appliances were purchased outright, these products should be delivered.